French Gilt clocks, 18th and 19th century.

Gilt Bronze French clock of Napoleon signing The Treaties of Tilsit. They were two agreements signed by Napoleon I of France in the town of Tilsit in July 1807 in the aftermath of his victory at Friedland. The first was signed on 7 July, between Emperor Alexander I of Russia and Napoleon I of France.

The gilt bronze relief under depicts Napoleon at the Battle of Friedland.

Signed “Rolletfy of Paris” with battle scene on the lower half of the clock case.

Measurements: 48h x 35w x 13 depth CM. SA

SA Ref: 1FG01

£2,100.


A Fine Cloisonne Enamel, Marble, 4 glass clock garniture. French, 19th century, 8 day, circa 1880. The movement stamped “S Marti et Cie, Paris”, (1870–1890) Samuel Marti of Paris was a French clockmaker in the mid 1800s from Paris at Le Pays de Montbeliard. He set up in business with Roux and Japy Freres in 1863 to market their clock movements.

Measurements: Clock on stand 37cm high; Clock 21cm wide ;stand 24cm wide ; clock 17cm deep; stand 18.5cm deep.

SA Ref: 1FG02

Price £1,950




French 19th century Gilt Bronze Figural clock by Japy Freres.

The Movement stamped, “Japy Freres de Paris” Japy Freres was a well-known French clock maker working in the nineteenth century in Paris. He received several gold medals (medaille d’or) between 1819 and 1839. Signed on the dial by the retailer, “Arnold, Paris & London”.

8 day movement striking on a bell, on the hour and the half. Circa 1850.

dimension:-43cm high x 33m wide x 12cm deep.Wieght: 7kl.

Ref: 1FG06

Price: £1650




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