Louis XVI cage clock white marble gilded bronze Mougin columns nineteenth century

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A10 248

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1 400,00 €

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Louis XVI clock called "cage", in white marble and gilded bronze, decorated with two bronze columns with black patina on the front as well as flowering branches at the top, foliage, knot and torch / quiver at the bottom, enamelled dial with decoration garlands of flowers, bevelled windows, pendulum in the shape of a mascaron in the sun, from the 2nd part of the 19th century.

This clock is in very good condition. The movement is signed AD. Mougin * two medals. It works perfectly (it has been revised). We don't have the key.

A note: small chip on the marble in the upper part (see red arrow), some slight scratches and wear of time, see photos.

* Adolphe Mougin (1848-1928), watchmaker from Héricourt, received at the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1889, first a bronze medal, then a silver medal in 1900.

Data sheet

  • Diamètre cadran 10,5 cm
  • Dimensions 21,5 cm x 13,5 cm
  • Height 34,5 cm