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Large Armillary Sphere Garden Art on Square Lion Plinth Pedestal finegardenproducts.com

Large Armillary Sphere Garden Art on Square Lion Plinth Pedestal finegardenproducts.com

Large Armillary Sphere Garden Art on Square Lion Plinth Pedestal

Large Armillary Sphere Garden Art on Square Lion Plinth Pedestal

A 17th Century gilt brass table clock. A very rare and important first half of the 17th Century continental gilt brass automata table clock with geared armillary sphere

A 17th Century gilt brass table clock. A very rare and important first half of the 17th Century continental gilt brass automata table clock with geared armillary sphere

Globe crest. Two demilions (half lions) are holding an armillary sphere. They're rising from a hull of an ancient ship. The lions are for two brothers on two continents, the sphere is a pun on the surname Globe.

Globe crest. Two demilions (half lions) are holding an armillary sphere. They're rising from a hull of an ancient ship. The lions are for two brothers on two continents, the sphere is a pun on the surname Globe.

https://flic.kr/p/ef8yXL | Woodcut illustration in Johannes de Sacro Bosco: Sphaera mundi | Johannes de Sacro Bosco: Sphaera mundi. Commentary by Petrus de Alliaco and Petrus Sanchez Cirvelus.   Add: Petrus Sanchez Cirvelus: Dialogus disputatorius in additiones opusculi de sphaera mundi. Paris: Guy Marchant, for Jean Petit, Feb. 1498. Page of text (a6v) with a woodcut illustration depicting a man holding an armillary sphere, with a lion in a landscape; with variant readings: line 2:  “…

https://flic.kr/p/ef8yXL | Woodcut illustration in Johannes de Sacro Bosco: Sphaera mundi | Johannes de Sacro Bosco: Sphaera mundi. Commentary by Petrus de Alliaco and Petrus Sanchez Cirvelus. Add: Petrus Sanchez Cirvelus: Dialogus disputatorius in additiones opusculi de sphaera mundi. Paris: Guy Marchant, for Jean Petit, Feb. 1498. Page of text (a6v) with a woodcut illustration depicting a man holding an armillary sphere, with a lion in a landscape; with variant readings: line 2: “…

White marble, obelisk-shaped, the bezel with beaded decoration, above the clock an inset gilt-bronze panel depicting two graces uplifting the globe on which Cupid stands holding a flaming torch and bow, below the clock two opposing lions, the sides top and base with gilt-bronze beaded outlining, with armillary sphere finial, on a grey with white veins marble base; together with a matching pair of tazzas with ormolu lions heads on base. Similar clock represented in Tardy's “La Pendule…

White marble, obelisk-shaped, the bezel with beaded decoration, above the clock an inset gilt-bronze panel depicting two graces uplifting the globe on which Cupid stands holding a flaming torch and bow, below the clock two opposing lions, the sides top and base with gilt-bronze beaded outlining, with armillary sphere finial, on a grey with white veins marble base; together with a matching pair of tazzas with ormolu lions heads on base. Similar clock represented in Tardy's “La Pendule…

A LOUIS XVI WHITE MARBLE AND ORMOLU OBELISK MANTEL CLOCK, ANTOINE FOULLET, PARIS, CIRCA 1785 4½-inch enamel dial with trellis hands and signed Foullet A Paris, bell striking movement with outside count wheel and silk suspension, the obelisk case srmounted by an armillary sphere above dancing maidens, a pensive lion lambrequin and playful putti, the sides with martial trophies, raised on a plinth with bollard corners and enclosed by chains 74cm. 29¼in. high

A LOUIS XVI WHITE MARBLE AND ORMOLU OBELISK MANTEL CLOCK, ANTOINE FOULLET, PARIS, CIRCA 1785 4½-inch enamel dial with trellis hands and signed Foullet A Paris, bell striking movement with outside count wheel and silk suspension, the obelisk case srmounted by an armillary sphere above dancing maidens, a pensive lion lambrequin and playful putti, the sides with martial trophies, raised on a plinth with bollard corners and enclosed by chains 74cm. 29¼in. high

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