Mantel Clock – Berthoud A. Paris

Mantel clocks are relatively small house clocks traditionally placed on the shelf, or mantel, above the fireplace. The form, first developed in France in the 1750s, can be distinguished from earlier chamber clocks of similar size due to a lack of carrying handles.
These clocks are often highly ornate, decorative works. They are most frequently constructed from any combination of ormolu, porcelain, and wood. One of the most common and valued types of mantel clocks are the French Empire-style timepieces.(from wikipedia)

Martel Clock – signed “BERTHOUD A.PARIS”

361,6 oz.(10,25 kg) – w. 14,6 in.(37, cm.) – d. 5,9 in.(15,0 cm.) – h. 28,7 in.(73,0 cm.)

base – w. 14,2 in.(36,0 cm.) – d. 5,5 in.(14,0 cm.)

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