Gilded up angels and cherubs hanging out with clocks and hoping to be done soon. Wouldn’t you? Nineteenth century and probably all made in France.

Pendulum clock decorated with a library and scientific objects, attached to an angel.
Pendulum clock with an entablature with a frieze celebrating the arts and sciences and decorations in the motif of attached to an angel. 19th c. Gilded bronze. Maker not known. Image © Conan Hôtel d’Ainay and Fair use license. via
Eight day striking mantel clock. ca. 1850.
Eight day striking mantel clock with cherubs. ca. 1850. French. Bronze ormolu. Image © Fair use license. via
Mantel clock. Late 19th c.
Mantel clock with a depiction of the Archangel Michael standing in a bed of roses. Louis XVI style casing decorated with porcelain plaques displaying Parisian life. Late 19th c. Gilt bronze. A. D. Mougin, maker. Image © Bruneau & Company Auctioneers, Cranston and Live Auctioneers. Fair use license. via

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