Clock, French Ormolu Mantel

Maker
Japy Freres & Co
Production date
Circa 1877
Description
Ornamental clock in shape of woman reclining on chair, with dove, gilded, under glass shade.
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Collecting unit
Production role
Maker
Measurements
Width: 62cm (24 7/16")
Depth (3-D Object): 65mm (2 9/16")
Height: 410mm (16 1/8")
Associated person
Associated person notes
recipients as a wedding gift
to Morrows
Associated place notes
home of Prudence Bassett


David Morrow and Elizabth Bailie married there in 1877.
Associated event
Current rights code
Other id
EC157.169
88/57
DAV117
264
EQRC10506
Catalogue number
EC157.169
Accession number
1957.88.1
Marks and Inscriptions
Marks/Inscriptions: "Wedding present to David and Elizabeth Morrow 1877 from Prudence Basset"; Type of mark: Plaque; Method: Engraved; Notes: Silver plaque on front
Marks/Inscriptions: Japy Freres Grd Medaille d'Honneur; Type of mark: Manufacturer's mark; Method: Engraved
Marks/Inscriptions: 3973; Type of mark: Manufacturer's name/mark and serial number; Method: Engraved
Marks/Inscriptions: 58; Type of mark: Manufacturer's name/mark and serial number; Method: Engraved

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