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A Louis XV ormolu striking mantel clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A Louis XV ormolu striking mantel clock, the drum-shaped movement with glazed circular white enamel dial with blue roman numerals signed Charles le Roy a Paris, with chinoiserie seated child with parasol finial, two bearded chinoiserie half- kneeling supporting male figures on shaped pierced scrolling foliate base, the movement signed on the backplate 26in. high; 20in. wide.

ID:  12962

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Hampshire

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