A French Empire gilt ‘Sevres’ urn mantel clock, circa 1800
8-day spring driven movement with half hour striking on a bel, finely made gilt and polychrome ‘Sevres’ porcelain case
8-cm enamel dial with Roman numerals signed Angevin à Paris, fine gilt hands with flower tips, movement with anchor escapement of 8-day duration and silk suspended pendulum, countwheel half hour striking on a bell, lovely urn-shaped porcelain case with finely drawn blue flowers on a gilt ground, the handles surmounted by eagles, pierced at the bottom around urns and acanthus leaves, turned base on a square plinth.
(Height) 31.00 cm (Width) 15.00 cm (Depth) 13.50 cm
(Height) 12.2 in (Width) 5.9 in (Depth) 5.3 in
Angevin à Paris