This is another clock featured in the _EncyclopÈdie de la Pendule FranÁaise_. The mandolin and flute players are charmingly attired in the so-called troubadour style that was slowly gaining in popularity in the years after 1800. The clock rests on six feet and is crowned with a double-sided music stand. The enamel face has some age-related imperfections, as can be seen in the photographs, but the silk-thread mechanism runs accurately and the clock includes its original pendulum and key. France, circa 1815. H: 10"/25cm.