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A Meissen porcelain fruit- and flower-encrusted ajour beaker vase -   CIRCA 1860, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK -   The basket-woven body enhanced in gilt and applied with branches (chips)  34 cm. high

A Meissen porcelain fruit- and flower-encrusted ajour beaker vase - CIRCA BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK - The basket-woven body enhanced in gilt and applied with branches (chips) 34 cm.

Mantel clock. Clockmaker: Julien Le Roy (1686–1759, master clockmaker 1713–59). Culture: French (Paris) with French (Chantilly) case. Medium: Soft-paste porcelain, gilt-bronze, hard and soft-paste porcelain flowers.

Mantel Clock Clockmaker: Julien Le Roy master clockmaker Maker: Case maker: Chantilly~Date: ca. French (Paris) with French (Chantilly) case~Medium: Soft-paste porcelain, gilt-bronze, hard and soft-paste porcelain flowers.

A LOUIS XV ORMOLU AND MEISSEN PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK MID-18TH CENTURY

A LOUIS XV ORMOLU AND MEISSEN PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK MID-18TH CENTURY

MEISSEN PORCELAIN GILDED BRONZE CANDELABRUM WITH PORCELAIN FLOWERS

MEISSEN PORCELAIN GILDED BRONZE CANDELABRUM WITH PORCELAIN FLOWERS

A LOUIS XV GILT-BRONZE AND GREEN-LACQUERD TOLE CLOCK WITH TWO MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURES AND VINCENNES PORCELAIN FLOWERS, THE DIAL SIGNED ETIENNE LENOIR A PARIS, CIRCA 1760

A LOUIS XV GILT-BRONZE AND GREEN-LACQUERD TOLE CLOCK WITH TWO MEISSEN PORCELAIN FIGURES AND VINCENNES PORCELAIN FLOWERS, THE DIAL SIGNED ETIENNE LENOIR A PARIS, CIRCA 1760

Meissen Porcelain Clock

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In honor of we will be highlighting different related items from our throughout the day. Up first is this elephant clock from the factory. Made sometime between the clock was purchased by in 1958 and it currently on display at in the Morning Room.

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Louis XV Ormoulu And Porcelain Clock Depicting Apollo And The Chariot Of The Sun, The Porcelain Figures Are Mid Century Productions By The Greatest Sculptor At Meissen, J.

*A MEISSEN PORCELAIN COBALT-BLUE GROUND MANTEL CLOCKCASE -  LATE 19TH CENTURY

*A MEISSEN PORCELAIN COBALT-BLUE GROUND MANTEL CLOCKCASE - LATE 19TH CENTURY

A good Meissen porcelain centerpiece late 19th: This represents me, a good German/Prussian porcelain centerpiece.

A good Meissen porcelain centerpiece late This represents me, a good German/Prussian porcelain centerpiece.

A Meissen porcelain mythological clock -   CIRCA 1880, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK -   The central metal-mounted enamel dial surrounded by rocaille scrolls and flanked by a winged putto, raised on a tree trunk with large leaves and two flowering branches ending in candlestick holders, the front with Chronos or Father Time on rocaille quadruped base, the upper part with a scantily clad winged nymph on a celestial globe (including a key)  46.5 cm. high

A Meissen porcelain mythological clock - CIRCA 1880, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK - The central metal-mounted enamel dial surrounded by rocaille scrolls and flanked by a winged putto, raised on a tree trunk with large leaves and two flowering branches ending in candlestick holders, the front with Chronos or Father Time on rocaille quadruped base, the upper part with a scantily clad winged nymph on a celestial globe (including a key) 46.5 cm. high

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