This figural 19th Cent. clock features a round enamel dial, signed Normant, indicates the Roman numeral hours and the Arabic fifteen-minute intervals by means of two bronze hands. The clock is positioned within a gilt bronze casing mounted along the top with a Amerindian Hunter decorated with a feather headdress and a feather loincloth who is holding a bow in his left hand and an arrow in his right hand, with a quiver of arrows slung across his chest. Further decorated along the top with a tetes de lion, and decorated on the base with children playing near a garden setting. Has original Pendulum and key.
DIMENSIONS: H: 22″ W: 16″ D:5″