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Auction information:

Day 1 4 december 2020, start at 10am local time

- Asian Art & European Art

Day 2 5 december, start at 10am local time

- European Art

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€ 1.500 - € 2.500

A fine Louis XV gilt bronze palm tree-shaped mantle clock, floral decorated with gilt bronze and green lacquered metal branches ending in polychrome painted porcelain flowers, flanked by two polychrome and gilt painted Meissen type porcelain Commedia dell'arte figurines, the inside mechanism marked 'Herbault à Paris, 18thC, N° 447', H 40,5 - W 25 cm

€ 2.000 - € 3.000

A French Régence Boulle work cartel clock, with gilt bronze mounts and on top a Chronos figure, the dial and the inside mechanism signed 'Dufresne à Paris', first quarter of the 18thC, H 129 - W 50 - D 25 cm

€ 800 - € 1.200

A gilt bronze mantle clock decorated with hunting trophies, with on top a patinated bronze group depicting Diana with an amor and a faun, signed Evrard V., the inside mechanism of the clock marked 'Guiche Palais Royal', H 51 - W 61,5 cm

€ 800 - € 1.200

An vulcanic marble mantle clock, with on top patinated bronze figure 'Chan de l'Aloutte' by H. Moreau, the polychrome painted porcelain dial of the clock marked ' Baillies, Limoges', the inside mechanism marked ' Paul Escot, Limoges' and ' Médaille d'Argent 1855, Vincent & C°', H 58,5 - 74 cm (the bronze - the total)

€ 1.000 - € 1.500

A fine gilt bronze Roccoco Revival mantle clock, decorated with putti symbolzing fertility and the harvest, the dial marked 'Vanderheyden, Gand' and 'R.A.' (Réveil Automatique), the inside mechanism marked 'Rollin à Paris', the whole on a matching gilt and carved wooden base, H 38,5 - 45 - W 53 - 57 cm (without - with base)

€ 500 - € 700

A patinated bronze mantle clock, with an elephant carrying the clock on his back with on top a Cupid, the dial marked 'Masson, Paris' and the inside mechanism marked 'Japy frères', H 41 cm - W 32 cm

€ 300 - € 500

A French Charles X alabaster portico clock, with brass mounts, H 59 - W 30 cm

€ 600 - € 800

No visible signature, a Neoclassical three-piece vert de mer marble garniture, consisting of a pair of cassolettes and a mantle clock, decorated with gilt bronze mounts, the clock sided by an allegorical figure of education, foundry mark Fabrication Française Paris, the inside of the mechanism marked 'Médaille d'argent 1855 Vincent et Cie', H 40 - 42 - W 62,5 cm

€ 300 - € 500

A Neoclassical gilt bronze mantle clock, with polychrome decorated porcelain plaques depicting birds flying among flowers, 19thC, H 42 cm

€ 1.500 - € 2.000

A three-piece Louis XVI-style gilt bronze and Carrara marble clock garniture, the base decorated with a frieze showing playing putti, the dial marked H. Luppens & Cie, Bruxelles, the inside of the mechanism marked 'Médaille d'argent 1855 Vincent et Cie, 19thC, H 57 - 59 cm

€ 800 - € 1.200

A Napoleon III Rocco Revival cartel clock, with inlaid flower decoration of brass and mother-of-pearl, and gilt bronze mounts, the porcelain dial marked 'Payne, New Bond street, London', H 61 cm

€ 800 - € 1.200

A Louis XVI vert de mer marble pendulum mantle clock, decorated with ormolu bronze mounts of palmets, rosettes, garlands, flower vases, a sunburst pendulum bob and on top a putto holding the torch, the whole flanked by two columns with Corinthian capitals, ca. 1800, H 63 - 46 cm

€ 800 - € 1.200

A Renaissance style three-piece gilt bronze garniture clock, the work marked 'med. d'honneur Japy Frères et Cie', H 48 - 55 cm

€ 6.000 - € 8.000

A fine Neoclassical ormolu bronze mantle clock, decorated with 'blue céleste' ground Sèvres porcelain plaques and the centre topped with a ditto vase, the roundels with fine hand-painted gallant scenes, the imposing vase flanked by two ormolu bronze putti holding a garland, H 70 - W 81 cm

€ 10.000 - € 15.000

A very imposing Neoclassical ormolu bronze three-piece mantle clock, decorated with 'bleu céleste' ground Sèvres porcelain plaques and vases, the roundles with handpainted gallant scenes and flying cupids, the central clock with on top an allegory on the harvest and footed on a gilt wooden base, flanked by the flower bouquet-shaped candelabras with crystal drip-trays and goats head-shaped handles, the dial and inside mechanism marked 'Duplon & Salles, Fabricants des bronzes, Rue la Bondy 32, Paris, H 58 - 98 - W 41 - 70 cm

€ 8.000 - € 12.000

An exceptional French Louis XVI bleu turquin marble mantle clock, with a gilt and patinated bronze allegory on the architecture on top, the enamelled dial marked 'Lepaute, Horloger du Roy', the last quarter of the 18thC, H 63 - W 54 cm

€ 6.000 - € 10.000

A large and very imposing Louis XV period cartel clock with tortoiseshell imitation, gilt bronze mounts and an enameled dial, mid 18thC, H 158 - W 66 cm

€ 3.000 - € 5.000

A fine Carrara marble, gilt and patinated bronze Empire mantle clock 'Aux Maréchaux', the white enamelled dial inscribed à 'Colieau', topped by an eagle with thunderbolts, sided by two figures embodying Study and Philosophy, above a bas-relief depicting Cupids, the inside mechanism marked 'paul Garnier Paris', the first quarter of the 19thC, H 40 - W 61 cm

€ 1.800 - € 2.200

A Neo-Renaissance three-piece gilt bronze garniture clock, the dial marked Gallés à Toulouse, the work marked Horlogerie Paris, H 60,5 - 61,5 cm

€ 600 - € 800

A Rococo Revival ormolu bronze cartel clock, decorated with a trophy and a putto holding a lyre on top, the dial marked 'Gille l'aîné à Paris', the inside marked 'JLF' and 'Médaille de Bronze J. Marti & C°', 19thC, H 48,5 - W 33 cm

€ 1.200 - € 1.800

A fine Neoclassical biscuit mantle clock, the central porcelain vase polychrome and gilt decorated with birds and flowers, topped by a brass and porcelain flower bouquet, and flanked by two biscuit groups of beauties accompanied by cupids, the whole on a base with a gilt bronze basso-relievo frieze depicting cupids flying among clouds, the inside mechanism marked 'A.D. Mougin, Deux Médailles', H 53 - W 41,5 cm

€ 1.200 - € 1.800

A fine Carrara marble, gilt and patinated bronze mantle clock, with on top an allegory on literature, the enameld dial marked 'J.B. Marchand à Paris, Rue Richelieu 57' and the inside mechanism marked 'Dewint, Paris', H 45,5 - W 57 cm

€ 2.000 - € 3.000

A fine Neoclassical Sèvres style biscuit rotating dial clock with on top the Three Graces, the base decorated with a basso-relievo frieze of frolicking cherubs, after the famous original by Étienne-Maurice Falconet in the Paris Louvre, the cover marked, 19thC, H 66 - W 33 - D 25,5 cm

€ 1.200 - € 1.800

An onyx three-piece Neoclassical mantle clock, on top of the clock a gilt, silver-plated and enamelled tazza with a Bacchus figure and four basso-relievo putti playing music, flanked by two gilt bronze cups, decorated with vines, puma-shaped handles and a bas-relievo frieze with putti, H 29 - 53 cm

A large carved and gilt wooden Swedish Gustavian wall pendulum, richly decorated with horns of plenty, rosettes, garlands and on top an eagle, the dial and inside mechanism marked Johan Nyberg, Stockholm', ca.1800, H 94 - W 65,5 cm

€ 600 - € 1.000

A gilt bronze Directoire table clock, with an angel teaching a dog a trick, in an antique setting with a fountain, flanked by two pair of columns, the architrave decorated with palmets, the enamelled dial marked 'Barjac à Rouen', late 18thC, H 32 - W 23,5 cm

€ 2.000 - € 2.500

An ebonised wooden automaton Empire mantle clock, decorated with brass mounts, depicting to the front Cupid and Psyche, in an architectonic setting with four alabaster Doric order columns backgrounded by a mirror, on top a gilt and carved wooden sitting eagle, the dial with automatic figures of two Cupids playing a work shop scene of a smith and a grinder according to the rhythm of the clockwork, the first half of the 19thC, possibly Vienna, H 73,5 - W 41 cm