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Gerard a Paris

A fine French mahogany table regulator clock. Circa 1800

The white enamel dial signed Gerard a Paris with blued steel hands and blued steel centre seconds hand. The superb two train long duration movement with rare coup Peru (lost beat) pinwheel escapement and large gridiron pendulum. The hours and half hours sounded on a bell. The mahogany and ebony case with architectural pediment, ormolu mounts, glazed side panels and ormolu mouldings.

Height: 24 in (61 cm)

Gerard is recorded as working at Rue du Coq, St Honore, Paris from 1807 to 1825.