Circa 1870, French gilded mantle clock. Depicting a young boy with a horn in his hand and a dog on a leash, and with a circular clock with white enamel face and Roman numerals. It is encased in a profusely cast casing with ribbons and beading at the front, foliate casting at the side and an urn and a plate to the top. Beside the clock is a casket spilling over with coins and all of this stands on a gilded base that has urns to both side, birds, deer, and foliate casting. The base is oval shaped and stands on rococo feet to the sides and cast feet to the front. The clock comes with its original oval ball dome on an ebonised base.
- 40 cm high x 45 cm wide x 15 cm deep