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Ormolu /ˈɔrməluː/ (from French or moulu, signifying ground or pounded gold) is an 18th-century English term for applying finely ground, high-carat gold in a mercury amalgam to an object of bronze. ....This process claimed many lives. It is why it carries the nickname; Death Clock.....

Ormolu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Patinated and ormolu Empire timepiece representing Mars and Venus, an allegory of the wedding of Napoleon I and Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria in By the famous bronzier Pierre-Philippe Thomire, c.

Early 19th century French Clock in ormolu with a swan and cornucopia Original and unique clock in gilded bronze, Charles X period, representing a swan spreading out behind a movement with Roman numerals and resting on dolphins. The dial in bronze, chiseled with various patterns of shells for each hour, is flanked by cornucopias from which flow out fruits. The rectangular base rests on four legs in the shape of shells imitating stylized waves.

Original and unique clock in gilded bronze, Charles X period, representing a swan spreading out behind a movement with Roman numerals and resting on dolphins. The dial in bronze, chiseled.

BORDSPENDYL. Frankrike, omkring år 1800, Directoire.

BORDSPENDYL. Frankrike, omkring år 1800, Directoire.

A French 19th century gilded bronze mantel clock with lion heads 1267 : Atena Gallery :French Antiques and Decorative Arts in Paris

A French century gilded bronze Louis XVI style mantel clock, casted with lion heads, festoons and leafs, enamel dial with Roman and Arab numerals.

A 19th century French ormolu mounted biscuit porcelain mante

A century French ormolu mounted biscuit porcelain mantel clock, by Gavelle of Paris,

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