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Item:143429170217Auguste Louis Mathurin Moreau (1834-1917) Circa 1900 A French Swinging Mystery Clock, approx 95 cms h, she is entitled 'Echo de la Montagne', she is depicted stood whilst holding the pendulum aloft, the whole raised on an attractive carved plinth with turned stretchers, the swinging clock wand is approx 100 cms h, the bronze plaque reads 'par Aug. Moreau, Med. d 'Or', the bronze is further signed A. Moreau, the clock verso nr 11191. Figural Mystery Ball Swinging Clock. French cast standing figure of semi clad woman holding a post in her right hand from which the pendulum swings on an X suspension has a bronzed finish, on a signed iron plinth base, Gridiron pendulum has a 7 inch ball top and spherical bob, the dial has applied brass hour numbers with gilt filigree pierced hands brass 8 day spring driven time only movement contained behind the dial which powers the mystery swinging pendulum.Movement is in running condition,. 76 ins high.Working Order:Yes, Age:Antique, Pre-1900, Type:Pillar clock, Material:Metal, Style/ Origin/ Theme:French, Dial / Face:Brass, Clock Type:Bracket Clock, Features:Hand Carved Decorations
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Rare Antique French Swinging Lady Pendulum Mystery Clock