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A highly important Louis XVI ormolu and Carrara marble and enamel circular Temple Clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A highly important Louis XVI ormolu and Carrara marble and enamel circular Temple Clock, the movement contained under five arched supports, on which rests a figure of Cupid indicating the hours and seconds with a down-curved arrow, decorated in polychrome on a white ground; the frieze overlaid with triple flutes and superbly chiselled berried laurel and garlands of flowers, on five fluted Tuscan columns and a stepped circular plinth centred by a classical female figure holding a flambeau, under a glass dome, 2ft. high

ID:  86472

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

North Wales

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