An Arita porcelain mantel clock

A Louis XV gilt-bronze mounted Japanese Arita Kakiemon and Vincennes porcelain mantel clock,
the movement signed Godde le Jeune à Paris – circa 1755

The Japanese porcelain late 17th or early 18th Century

The porcelain flowers 18th Century

Jean Godde le Jeune (active until 1729), maître in 1691


Height: 26 cm. (10 ¼in.)    Width: 17.5 cm. (6 ¾ in.)    Depth: 14.4 cm. (6 ½ in.)


With an Arita porcelain bird on a branch decorated with Vincennes porcelain flowers.



Collection of Pierre-Jourdan Barry

(The watch movement à coq is earlier, from the Louis XIV period, as always for this type of clock.)