Location:Tunbridge Wells, Kent,
Ships to: GB,
Item:293273744173A Best Offer May Be Considered Before The End of The Auction, So Don’t Be Afraid To Ask. Mid to Late 19th Century French Walnut and Brass Bracket or Mantel Clock. By PlanchonPalais Royal Stamped withThe Samuel Martin Medal. Circa 1870. Planchon is a well known maker who had a very respectable premises at the famous ‘Palais Royal’ in Paris. He was well renound for not only making fashionable clocks of the period, but unlike most of his competitors, he produced a range of direct copies and renaissance influenced clocks and timepieces of the 16th and 17th centuries.This is just one of those examples with a very aesthetic look. Outstanding condition Clock with beautiful wood finish, ornate dial and ormolu decoration below. Silvered columns with some tarnish as would be expected in untouched condition. Time and strike movement is stamped with a Samuel Marti medal and is signed by Planchon a Palais Royal, who is a well known famous maker. The clock includes the original pendulum with matching serial number. A key is included with the clock and for safer packing I will remove the finials etc. These are simply screwed together so will be very easy to reassemble. Please see photos as they form part of the description. The photos don't really do it justice as in the flesh it is much nicer and I apologise for the unavoidable light reflections in the photos. Dimensions: Total height approx 48cmWidth at base approx 25cmDepth at base approx 18cm Any queries please call 07731. 564008 Please remember as with all Antique and secondhand items, please be your own judge About age, condition and description before purchasing as I am not an expert in such things. Just a collector. I am having a major clearout of several decades of collecting and I shall be selling all sorts of things over the next few months with no particular theme so keep an eye out for my bizarre and not so bizarre items for sale. Any questions or any further photos, please just ask and please, please ask questions before the end of the sale. A bidder recently purchased an item and then moaned about it after the event because he hadn't read the description correctly.Condition:A Best Offer May Be Considered Before The End of The Auction, So Don’t Be Afraid To Ask., Features:8-Day
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Mid to Late 19th Century Walnut & Brass Bracket Mantel Clock by Planchon. Fusee?