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Early 19th Century Empire Pendulum Clock The Spinner
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Empire Clock "The Spinner" by Rossel in Rouen

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Early 19th century Empire ormolu pendulum clock featuring a spinner seating on the dial near a lyre and an ewer. Signed "Rossel in Rouen".

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French Empire pendulum clock finely crafted of gilt bronze, featuring a young spinner wearing a classical dress, seating on the dial near a lyre and an ewer. The base is accented by generous scrolls, palmette and a central medallion with Cupid. The white enameled dial telling the hour on Roman numerals is signed "ROSSEL à Rouen" [Rossel in Rouen]. This small antique clock is set on four toupie feet. Later mechanism, protected by a glass at the rear.

Circa :1810
Dim: W: 10,6 in - D: 3,9in - H: 13,4in.
Dim: L:27cm, P:10cm, H:34cm.

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In overall good condition. The clockwork has been cleaned, serviced and is in working condition.

Bibliography
Two similar models in the « Encyclopédie de la Pendule française » by Pierre Kjellberg, pp. 336 et 341.

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