An early nineteenth century French gilt bronze and porcelain mantel clock, probably Sèvres. Of ovoid form and ground in gros bleu. Surmounted with an urn of flowers, flanked by twin ram masks and supported on scrolling corbels and a socle united by a flower garland and raised over a breakfront plinth. With enamel dial signed W. C. Shaw, Paris and with Roman and Arabic markers. Housing an eight day movement with anchor escapement and chiming half hourly on a bell. 56cm high. Base 28cm x 18cm.
Sold for: £1,100