1113: Cut-Glass And Gilt Bronze Mantel Garniture Clock
Neoclassical-Style Cut-Glass and Gilt Bronze Mantel Garniture Clock, fourth quarter 19th century, the portico clock with an enamel chapter ring around an engine-turned center, supported by four cut-glass columns with engine-turned capitals and with matching cut-glass and gilt bronze on base and top, an eagle finial pendulum of gilt bronze with a cut-glass center medallion, the matching three-light candelabra with engine turned sockets and branches supported by cut-glass columns held by a gilt bronze foot on a cut base, h. 11", w. 6", d. 4", clock.
In excellent overall condition. The glass elements are fine with only minor roughness along the underside bottom edges of the candelabra. The gilding on the bronze elements showing some wear from rubbing. Lacking a suspension spring for the pendulum.