Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Late 19th century, three part, hand-painted porcelain with cobalt field and Arabesque gilt highlights, each set in ornate classical gilt metal mounts with trumpeting putti, floral reserves, rams and satyr head handles; the clock features a painted enamel dial having Roman numerals and marked "Camerden & Forster, New-York," the works marked "Japy Freres," the hand painted porcelain urns with an underglaze blue Samson mark of crossed 'L's with BB above S., and artist signed "A. Baret," to the back of clock with hinged beveled glass door.
Clock 26 x 15 x 8 in.Private Collection, Wilmington, NC
No pendulum; patination and losses to gilding on bronze; loose mounts on urns; see terms and condition for clocks and watches.
$1,000 - 3,000