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Furet & Bon, Hrs du Roy, à Paris

Important five pieces Clock set

Marked on the dial Furet & Bon, Hrs du Roy, à Paris

Circa 1880

Clock – Height : 98 cm (38 1/2 in.) ; Width : 70 cm (27 1/2 in.) ; Depth : 25 cm (9 3/4 in.)
Candelabra – Height : 116 cm (45 2/3 in.) & 92 cm (36 1/4 in.) ; Diameter : 50 cm (19 2/3 in.)

Important Louis XVI style clock set made up of a clock and two pairs of seven light arms candelabra. Executed in white Carrare marble, with splendid chased and gilded bronze ornaments, such the female allegories representing Euterpe, Muse of Music playing the lyre and Urania, Muse of Astronomy holding a terrestrial sphere and a compass; with further decorations such cupids, ram’s heads and floral garlands for the clock; roses, tulips and lilies composing the candelabra branches. The all finely ornated with playing putti « pâte sur pâte » porcelain medallions.

Works to be linked

Pendule-Tardy-p.112-3 copieA similar clock made around 1780, now displayed in the Royal palace in Madrid, is reproduced in the reference book Encyclopédie de la pendule française de Pierre Kjellberg, Ed. de l’amateur, p.258 and in La pendule française dans le monde, Tardy, vol. 2, Paris, 1981, p.112.



These candelabra are to be linked to those executed by Pierre-Philippe Thomire and François Rémond around 1785 for the King of Spain Charles IV and the Queen Marie-Louise (entered then the collection of Baron Alphonse de Rothschild, at the
 Ferrières Castle).

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