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Chased and gilded bronze clock on the theme of the allegory of the gardener, represented standing, surrounded by a rabbit and his gardening tools: watering can, shovel and rake. On a stump next to him rests his hat. The rural subject of our clock illustrates the taste of Jean-Jacques Rousseau's time for nature and country life. A central fluted column supports the white enamelled dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and a second hand movement. The column is decorated with a laurel garland and the dial is surmounted by an antique basin. The set rests on a base with cut sides, decorated with floral motifs and a lion's head, above four claw feet.

Louis XVI period

Circa: 1775

Dim: W:15cm, D:8cm, H:26cm


Condition report: in good overall condition. Original gilding with slight wear and rubbing. The mechanism is an original 19th century mechanism, cleaned, overhauled and in good working order.

Era: 18th century
Style: Louis XVI
Materials: Bronze, Enamel
Identifier Exists False
LP : 6518
Availability : Object available
Width: 15 (cm)
Height 26 (cm)
Depth 8 (cm)
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