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attributed to Christoph Jünger (1736-1777)
Vienna, c. 1750/60
Bronze, cast, chased, gilt; brass; polychrome enamel
H. 29 cm (11½ in.); w. 34 cm (13½ in.)
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Lesley and Emma Sheafer Collection, inv. nos. 1974.356.173, .174
Vienna, Schönbrunn Palace, Chinese cabinets
(cf. Kugler, Georg. Schönbrunn, Vienna, 1986, figs. 54 and 55).
An ormolu mounted Chinese turquoise porcelain encrier
A pair of ormolu mounted patinated bronze Paperweights (presses-papiers) with kissing cherubs
A pair of three branch candelabra with 'bouquetière' figures
A pair of seated Chinese figures mounted in gilt bronze as candelabra
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'