A superb example of a French Wall Clock made in the late 1800's by an outstanding French Clockmaker - Paul Garnier.
He was known for the clocks he made and supplied to the French Navy and to the important French bistros in Paris and elsewhere.
The clock is made of metal in the shape known as 'Oeil-de-boeuf' or 'Bullseye' and has a dark green patina. The enamel dial is in excellent condition showing the makers name
and that he was a clockmaker to the Navy (Marine) with the address in Paris of his workshop.
The clock has a mechanical movement operating with a pendulum and is in full working order running on one wind for at least 8 days.
An exceptional clock.
38cm Dia x 13.5cm Deep