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Porcelain, models by Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706-1775)
and Friedrich Elias Meyer (1723-1785), Meissen c. 1750
Ormolu mounts, Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1750
H. 37 resp. 38 cm, w. 31 resp. 28 cm, d. 15,5 cm
REF No. 327
A set of four twin-branch Rococo enamel wall lights
A pair of gilt bronze three branch candelabra (girandoles)
Workshop of Werner & Mieth, Berlin A neoclassical gilt bronze and crystal chandelier
Workshop of Werner & Mieth, Berlin A pair of neoclassical crystal, brass and bronze chandeliers
Joseph Coteau (1740-1801; maître in 1778) and Robert Robin (1741-1799) Table regulator with equation of time and remontoire, Paris, Louis XVI period, dated 1778
Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706 - 1775) A gilt-bronze pendulum clock with two Meissen parrots. Porcelain, models by Johann Joachim Kaendler, prior to 1740 and 1741. Manufacture and decoration, Meissen, c. 1742-45. Clock case, France, Louis XV period, c. 1750. Dial and movement signed 'Bellard Amarseille'