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Group in bronze with brown patina, surmounting a clock in cherry red marble. The bronze represents a shepherd and his companion, near a tomb. The shepherd puts his curved stick on an epitaph with an inscription in ancient Greek. The bronze is signed and dated "Ene AIZELIN 1867".

Founder Barbedienne and mechanical reduction stamp A. Collas patented. The fluted marble front is flanked by consoles and decorated on the sides with gilt bronze female masks. The dial with Roman numerals is marked on the back: "Japy Frères & Cie / Exposition 1855 / Grande Méd. d'Honneur". Numbered 2270.

Circa: 1867

Dim: W:43cm, D:21cm, H:66cm


Condition report: in very good condition, the Marble with small chips from use. The movement of the Clock has been cleaned, serviced and is in working order.

Era: 19th century
Style: Rome and Ancient Greece
Materials: Bronze, cherry red marble
Identifier Exists False
LP : 2664
Availability : Object available
Width: 43 (cm)
Height 66 (cm)
Depth 21 (cm)
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