Clock and candlesticks, Belgium, 19th century
A set consisting of a standing clock and a pair of candlesticks, Belgium, late 19th century – early 20th century.
Richly decorated clock in gilded polished brass. Standing on 5 feet, surmounted by a pediment and an amphora vase overhanging it. A Roman numeral clock face, decorated with a trident motif. On the dial, the words “OLAST Frères / Bruxelles”. Satisfactory condition – abrasions to the gold layer, no backglass protecting the clock mechanism, and no front glass protecting the dial. Just a needle, no winding key.
The set includes two five-armed candlesticks in the same style, richly decorated with floral motifs and two candle snuffers. Good condition – gold color worn in some places, some decorative flanges at the base of the candlesticks slightly bent.
Belgium, late 19th century – early 20th century
– height: 53 cm
– base: 34.5 (width) x 13 cm
– height: 35 cm (42.5 cm with a black extinguisher),
– base: 13 cm (width) x 8 cm
– crown of the candlestick: (diagonal) 22 cm.