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19th Century French bronze and ormolu Garniture

£ 4,800.00

Category: Clocks

A fine quality late 19th Century French bronze and ormolu Garniture, the 8-day striking enamelled dial movement by AD Mougin - Paris, contained in ormolu case with bronze winged cherub writing on a scroll, ending on white marble plinth base. Accompanied by a pair of bronze and ormolu 2-light Candelabra, held by bacchanalian putti, raised on similar white marble plinth bases.
Candelabra: Height: 16ins (41cms) Width: 8ins (20.5cms) Depth: 3.5ins (9cms)

Further Information:
Adolphe Mougin was a famous clockmaker in Paris, during the last quarter of the 19th Century. He supplied wheels and mechanical parts to other clockmakers and companies such as Japy Freres & Cie, who then completed the works in their shops. He exhibited at the Paris World's Fair in 1889 where he won a bronze medal. He finally won a silver medal at the Paris World's Fair in 1900. His company was later named Societe Les Fils de Adolphe Mougin which went out of business in 1928.

  • Dimensions:
    H 33.5cm x W 32cm x D 13cm
    H 13" x W 12½" x D 5"
  • Circa: 1880
  • Material: Bronze and Ormolu
  • Country: France
  • Stock Number: 6131