Sèvres Biscuit Porcelain Clock

Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock
Sevres Biscuit Porcelain Clock

Sèvres Biscuit Porcelain Clock

7,500.00

A biscuit porcelain clock by Sèvres, Paris, circa 1850, exhibiting an allegorical group of three young figures in classical drapery and a winged cupid with his quiver and a basket of roses. The stepped clock case is adorned with gilded bronze beading around a white porcelain dial and mounts on four corners. The twin barrel movement has a steel string suspension system and rings the hours and halves, the base features a gilded frieze around the front and sides, on six toupie feet. The case incised with the Sevres mark. This is a fine example of Sèvres biscuit porcelain modelled after an 18th century Sèvres grouping referred to as "La Larcin de la Rose" by Louis-Simon Boizot (1743-1809), who created the grouping explicitly for Sèvres in 1788.

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