Medieval Castle Clock Garniture

  • This striking 19th-century French clock garniture takes the form of a medieval castle and turrets
  • Magnificently carved detailing in the architectural elements add to the impressive level of artistry
  • Electrified lamps and candelabra arms on the turrets further enhance this extraordinary design
  • Displaying exceptional quality and condition, this 19th-century set is a prized find for collectors
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Item No. 30-2083

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This striking 19th-century French clock garniture takes the form of a medieval castle and turrets. The garniture boasts magnificently carved detailing and architectural elements that make this set desirable, including the pair of turrets that have a central electrified lamp as well as candelabra arms. Created to be displayed atop the fireplace mantel, clock garnitures first appeared in 18th-century France. By the 1800s, their use extended through England to the United States. Displaying a fine level of quality and condition, this 19th-century set is a prized find for collectors.

The clock face is marked "Levassor / Paris" 
Medieval Castle Clock Garniture
Maker: Levassor
Period: 19th Century
Origin: France
Type: Mantels

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