Hi Just wanted to let you know that we received the settee in perfect condition. It is exactly what I expected and fits perfectly in my front entrance.
Thanks Sherry Regina Saskatchewan
Tiffany Gilt Bronze Figural Mantel Clock On Marble Stand
Tiffany Gilt Bronze figural mantel clock on marble stand. The circular enamel dial signed Tiffany & Co flanked by a standing female figure and on the other side a putti on the original grey marble base raised on toupie feet. The clocks movement made by Vincenti et Cie followed by the date 1855. Vincenti, a Corsican, set up shop in Montbéliard in 1823 using machines of his own invention but went bankrupt within the year, at which point the business was taken over by his manager Roux to become Vincenti et Cie. He died in 1834 but the company survived him and moved to Paris where it became one of the most productive clock movement makers in the world and obtained numerous distinctions, including silver medals at the Paris Expositions of 1834 and 1855
- Price: SOLD To Aldergrove BC
- Circa: 1855
- ID Number: 1022
- Dimensions: 8 1/2" wide x 4" deep x 12" high