Pendulum clock at the pagoda. Specific architecture. Louis XVI period signed on the dial “Guydamour in Paris”. Watchmaker referenced in the Tardy. Dictionary of watchmakers. White marble and gilded bronze with mercury and a biscuit sculpture.
Two round columns carries the large rounded dial in white enamel. Needles finely worked ending with a fleur de lys. Dial protected by a door set with a curved glass. The upper part is very special. Twisted and winding rods connected by numerous chain links. Angelot in a biscuit on a sheltered swing of an octagonal pagoda. At his feet rests a bow, quiver and a torch.
Large original movement without modification, suspension with wire and ringing of the hours and half hour on old bell.
A model signed and rare by its architecture. In a state of remarkable authenticity and preservation. We must note the admirable quality of the chased and gilded bronzes.