Antique 19th Century French A.D. Mougin Gilt Bronze Mantel Garniture Clock & Urns



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Antique AD Mougin French figural garniture clock and mantel urns. Made of marble and bronze with gilt accents and neoclassical styling featuring a figural bronze peasant woman carrying a sheath of wheat and cook pot flanked by two large mantel urns decorated with nude female figures, cherubs / puttis, flowers, a basket of fruit and tassels. The porcelain clock face is marked Bollot-Lemoine St. Quintin France.

A D Mougin was a well-known French clock maker working in the mid to late nineteenth century.

He is known to have made clocks in the French clock making region of Montbeliard (which is close to the Swiss border) and is also listed as having premises on the Rue de Turenne in Paris. He won two gold medals at exhibitions for his clocks and used these as the basis for his trademark which contain the ‘Deux Medailles’ . This trademark can usually be found stamped on the back of his clocks.


Good antique condition, wear and distressing commensurate with age and use, small crack in back ankle, working.


vases 9" x 6" x 20 1/4" ; bases 6" x 5 1/4" Clock 16 5/8" x 8 5/8" x 22 2/8"