Rosewood & Marquetry Mantel Clock

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Rosewood & Marquetry Mantel Clock

A late 19th to early 20th century French mantel clock.

The clock has a rosewood veneered case with marquetry inlaid ribbons and flowers.

The clock has ormolu feet and decorative mounts and a domed glass fitted into an ormolu bezel.

The face has an enamel dial with Roman numerals for the hours and Arabic numeral for the minutes.

The clock has and eight day works that strike the hour and half hour on a gong and are stamped 'AD Mougin Deux Medailles'.

AD Mougin was a famous clock maker in Paris from the mid 19th century forward. Mougin was one of the better clock makers of the time and obtained two gold medals from the Paris exhibitions.

The clock is in good condition and in full working order.

(Circa 1900)

Height 29.5cm (11.6 inches)
Width 17cm (6.7 inches)
Depth 11.5cm (4.5 inches)