This is an elegantly simple Grandfather clock from the second half of the 19th century consisting of a straight comtoise combining chestnut and cherry woods for an appealing finish. This item is actually a Marriage piece, the clock itself made by Andre Lunel from Mauriac (South-Central France) is not original and was added at some point, it is surrounded by an impressive hammered brass frame titled "Le Petit Berger" (The Little Shepherd) depicting a young man smelling a bunch of flowers while his herd is at rest. Some minor chips can be seen on the enamel face. The clock is in working order and shines every 30 minutes. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 88"high/ 20"wide with crown/ 17"wide (Body)/ 10"deep.
Item ID: 500833NM1780
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