Night Clock; Case and hardstone mosaics by Giovanni Battista Foggini (Italian, 1652 - 1725), Woodwork by Leonard van der Vinne (Flemish, active second half of 17th century - 1713), in the Galleria de'Lavori in pietre dure (Italian, active 1588 - present), et al; Florence, Tuscany, Italy; 1704 - 1705; Ebony, gilt bronze, and semiprecious stones including chalcedony, jasper, lapis lazuli, and verde d'Arno.
Diana Clock made in Paris 1870s
A GERMAN BAROQUE PIETRA DURA-INLAID, ORMOLU AND MARBLE-MOUNTED PARCEL-GILT TORTOISESHELL CABINET AUGSBURG, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY, THE PIETRA DURA PLAQUES FLORENCE, OPIFICIO DELLE PIETRE DURE, 17TH CENTURY
A MAGNIFICENT LOUIS XIV GILT-BRONZE AND PIETRA DURA-MOUNTED BROWN TORTOISESHELL, ASH, EBONISED AND PARCEL-GILT CABINET-ON-STAND ATTRIBUTED TO DOMENICO CUCCI AND THE GOBELINS WORKSHOP, CIRCA 1665-1675 Price Realised GBP 4,521,250 USD 7,356,074
*A SICILIAN CORAL-MOUNTED GILT-BRONZE AND BLUE-AND-WHITE ENAMEL ARCHITECTURAL…
18th Century Chinoiserie decorated Longcase Clock by Estwick of London
This appears to be a chest of some kind (maybe it's a liquor cabinet, these days). Typical of Boulle's design, it is easy to see why he was called "the most remarkable of all French cabinet makers."
Dutch marQuetry and burl veneer tall case clock, 18th c., the sarcophagus top with blind fretwork frieze enclosing an 8-day brass face works, signed Johs Uswald Amsteldam, with dioramic rocking ship harbor scene and 2 bell mechanism, over an elaborate marquetry case with bombe base and bun feet, 94.5 H.