Description & Technical information
Balthazar Lieutaud was elected maître in 1749. Established first in the rue de la Pelleterie and then rue d'Enfer, Paris, Lieutaud is known to have worked with such maître-bronziers as Charles Grimpelle, Edmé Roye and Caffieri Jeune.
Period: 18th century
Medium: ormolu-mounted, Green stained horn
Signature: The clock case stamped B Lieutaud
The dial signed J.B. Dutertre Paris, the movement signed conformingly.
Dimensions: 156.01 x 51.99 x 29.01 cm (61³/₈ x 20¹/₂ x 11³/₈ inches)
Categories: Works of Art
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