Gyula Károly Kereki

Gyula Károly Kereki

Gyula Károly Kereki
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FRENCH CAST BRONZE MANTLE CLOCK

FRENCH CAST BRONZE MANTLE CLOCK

ANTIQUE CLOCK 19THC FRENCH 2 TONE GOLD SILVER GILT PORTICO 8 DAY MANTLE CLOCK

ANTIQUE CLOCK 19THC FRENCH 2 TONE GOLD SILVER GILT PORTICO 8 DAY MANTLE CLOCK

A LOUIS XVI ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK, ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN-JACQUES LEMOYNE CIRCA 1785, THE DIAL SIGNED ROBIN HGER. DU ROI

A LOUIS XVI ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK, ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN-JACQUES LEMOYNE CIRCA 1785, THE DIAL SIGNED ROBIN HGER. DU ROI

A GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED WHITE MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK, LOUIS XVI, THE DIAL SIGNED DD FC DUBOIS / A PARIS

A GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED WHITE MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK, LOUIS XVI, THE DIAL SIGNED DD FC DUBOIS / A PARIS

A LOUIS XVI ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK CIRCA 1770, THE DIAL SIGNED KINABLE À PARIS

A LOUIS XVI ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK CIRCA 1770, THE DIAL SIGNED KINABLE À PARIS

A Louis XVI Sevres Style Porcelain Mounted Gilt Bronze Table Clock

A Louis XVI Sevres Style Porcelain Mounted Gilt Bronze Table Clock

Hand Painted Sevres Porcelain 19th Century French Mantle Clock By S. Marti Of Paris, In solid Bronze  With Lovely Details And Designs, Having Hand Painted Porcelain Panels In The Manner Of Sevres/Paris Porcelain   c.1890

Hand Painted Sevres Porcelain 19th Century French Mantle Clock By S. Marti Of Paris, In solid Bronze With Lovely Details And Designs, Having Hand Painted Porcelain Panels In The Manner Of Sevres/Paris Porcelain c.1890

Fine and rare early Louis XV ormolu and bronze vernissé cartel clock probably designed by Meissonier.

Fine and rare early Louis XV ormolu and bronze vernissé cartel clock probably designed by Meissonier.

An ormolu and patinated bronze mantel clock modelled as a bust of Minerva, French, circa 1810 | lot | Sotheby's

An ormolu and patinated bronze mantel clock modelled as a bust of Minerva, French, circa 1810 | lot | Sotheby's

ANTIQUE STANDING CLOCK- with style details of early 18th Century--(but prob'ly mid-19th C)

ANTIQUE STANDING CLOCK- with style details of early 18th Century--(but prob'ly mid-19th C)