The finely chiselled and gilt bronze Cartel clock was made in France at the end of the 19th century.
With the name Cartel are defined those clocks, originally typically French, intended to be hung on a wall and which were produced from the beginning of the 18th century onwards.
This Louis XVI watch presents a refined bronze chisel. In the shape of a zither, it is adorned with heads of birds of prey, splendid roses, elaborate laurel branches that are intertwined under the quadrant, wrapped in leafy volutes and ribbons. On the top crown the watch, as if to hold it, a large bow with fluttering ribbons.
Good conservation status of the bronze.
7 000 €