London, South Kensington
1 May 2008
MAX BLONDAT FOR FORSTER
NIGHT AND DAY A LARGE CERAMIC FIGURAL TIMEPIECE, CIRCA 1900
modelled as an allegory of Night and Day, with Father Time and other figures, heightened in sepia tones, with metal hands, signed in the maquette Max Blondat and with maker marks for Forster, Depose 169 (end of staff repaired)
28¾in. (73cm.) high
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