Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Paris, first quarter 19th century, white enamel dial signed S. Malsan & C[ie] / A PARIS
, eight-day time and strike movement with silk thread suspension numbered 553C, set within a rectangular monument with sculptural group figuring Erato seated atop and playing Apollo’s lyre or kithara, to the right Eros holds a tablet with music, to the left a pair of doves perch on a floral filled urn and triangular pedestal, all raised on a rectangular sarcophagus form plinth with relief scene of Erato's coronation, raised on ball feet. Includes pendulum, key, and custom acrylic display cloche.
Clock 20 3/4 x 15 x 5 3/4 in.; cloche 23 x 16 x 7 in.From the Collection of Ed Neal, Oxford, North Carolina
Good estate condition; some scattered minor rubbing and surface marks to gilt; one minor hairline to lower side (beneath Erato); movement operating hands and chime at time of review. Please see Terms and Conditions of Sale: Clocks and Watches.
$1,000 - 2,000