Pendule Clock “Studying the Tablets of the Law”, France, Paris circa 1770/80
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Movement: Adam Léchopié à Paris (1724/ from 1758 Master - 1795), signed on the dial and on the back of the plate. Marble and gilded bronze. The bronzes are probably from the workshop of Robert Osmond (1712-1782). Lit.: S. de Ricci (ed.): Der Stil Louis XVI, Stuttgart o.J. (1913), p. 151; E. Niehüser: Die französische Bronzeuhr, Munich 1997, p. 218, fig. 422.
Height: 44.0 cm | 17.32 in.
Width: 42.0 cm | 16.54 in.
Depth: 13.0 cm | 5.12 in.
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