A French gilt patinated metal and marble 'Girl in a swing' Idylle Printanière clock
After the model by George Maxim, circa 1910
The frame naturalistically modelled and supporting a young girl and her beau seated in a swing, with a blue painted orb clock above, with pierced latten hands and stylised Roman numerals, on a pink marble plinth with stylised oak leaf feet
A late Louis XVI ormolu and white marble mantel clock
The drum-shaped case surmounted by a flower-filled basket flanked to each side by a cockerel head, on strapwork frame with a pair of seated chimera supports and central upright with foliate ornament, on a breakfront marble base with putti relief panels and toupie feet, the 4 1/2 in. white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and pierced latten hands, the twin train movement with countwheel strike on a bell
41cm high. Excellent condition and works perfect
A RARE AND LARGE EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT AND PATINATED BRONZE AUTOMATON CLOCK OF MARITIME THEME the case surmounted by an automaton of a ship on rough seas, which appears to sail over the sea when activated, with a pair of sailors pulling a gilt rope in the foreground, the clock case mounted with a pair of marine putti blowing horns over ornate foliate scroll feet, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, the twin barrel movement with silk suspension and outside countwheel striking on a bell, inscribed 71WF, raised on a marquetry inlaid, spreading rectangular plinth base with glass dome over, the clock 59cm high, the dome 80cm high overall The clock movement is ticking and striking when the hands are turned, and the automaton runs for approximately eight hours.