|Description of the item|
The term Pendule dOfficiers (or Officers Clock) is generally used for a very specific form of transportable, very decorative clocks produced a few years before the Revolution. Napoleon himself purchased at least one, on May 19, 1798. This clock was made approx. 100 years later and retailed by Asprey. Antique Asprey items are very sought after.
|Information about the maker|
Asprey of Bond Street London retailed the clock. It was probably made in France and has the original Swiss made movement by Buren.
|Dimensions & Specification|
White marble case with extensive gilt mounts. Sitting on 4 bun feet and with the snake / serpent handle. Convex, engine turned silvered dial. Swiss made 8 day rear-wound timepiece movement by Buren with platform lever escapement (platform possibly a replacement...will confirm)
Dimensions: 230mm tall (handle up). Max width 137mm, max depth 94mm.
In excellent retail order. Fully prepared for sale. The case and dial has a couple of age associated marks, but is in excellent and clean order.
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|What to do next|
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