France, early 19th cent. Bronze, fire gilded, partly polished and satinised. White enamel dial with blue rom. numerals, iron hands. Brass platine verso marked "Medaille D"Or Japy Freres", F.A. 6 415. Without glass. H. 35 cm, w. 17,5 cm, d. 8,5 cm.
Period Atlas patinated and gilt bronze travel clock with original gilt edged and velvet lined case. Atlas son of Titan, from Greek mythology is holding the clock on his shoulders as if it were the world.
à Lamiral Enamel Dial by Joseph Coteau Case Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire Rare Gilt Bronze and Rouge Griotte Marble Mantel Clock “The Sacrifice to Love” Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1790 Height 46 cm;
A good French industrial series gilt and silvered brass miniature steam-engine form weather station with a large flywheel and piston, the brickwork furnaces housing the timepiece and barometer in drums flanking a central thermometer,.