Small Rococo mantel clock with deer head and Boucher putti decor.

Meissen


Small Rococo mantel clock with deer head and Boucher putti decor.

Translated text: A curved, ascending baluster-shaped body, supported by four volute feet, with an openwork shell crown. Rich relief decoration in rocaille and foliage motifs throughout. On the front side, a plastic deer head is depicted, suspended by a net-like fabric, with floating Boucher cupids among clouds. Fine floral arrangements on the narrow sides. Polychrome painting. Designed by J.J. Kaendler. The clock features a removable, round pocket watch movement with key winding. White enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, signed "George à Lyon" (active ca. 1807-1815) with number 3667. The back cover of the clock is missing. Restored. Sword mark. Height: 25 cm. See Baillie, Vol. 1, p. 305. A small porcelain Rococo mantle clock with deer head, painted with Boucher cupids and flower bouquets. Meissen. Mid-18th century.

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12 May 2024

192 700,00

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CountryGermany

By the manufacturer Meissen

Type Decorative items

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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