London, South Kensington
12 December 2007
A French gilt-metal and porcelain-mounted eight day striking mantel clock and garniture
late 19th Century
With porcelain dial, twin barrels movement with anchor escapement and countwheel strike on bell; with five-light candelabra, pendulum, key
The clock -- 17in. (43cm.) high; the garniture -- 19½in. (49.5cm.) high (3)
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