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Antique French Clocks

Morbier, Boulle, Japy Freres, Samuel Marti, Duverdrey & Bloquel

Morbier Clock


A French Morbier clock is also sometimes called a privincial clock or a Comtoise clock. The name for these clocks comes from the village of Morbier in the Franche-Comté region where these beautiful timepieces were produced.

Morbier clocks were not manufactured in the large, metropolitan centers. Instead, French farmers crafted clock parts during the winter. These parts were then purchased and made into a Morbier clock. Because Morbier was on a trade route, these antique french clocks were sold to those on the trade route.



Comtoise Clock



  • Accessories

      Genevieve, the Buxom French Maid Pedestal Sculptural Table

      Genevieve, the Buxom French Maid Pedestal Sculptural Table

      $149.00

      This voluptuous mademoiselle happily serves at buffet or bedside, her removable designer resin tray and scaled French flower pail ready for your dried arrangements! In her hand-painted white apron and black high heels, three-foot tall "Genevieve" will provide many years of loyal service-and never, ever reveal what goes on behind closed doors. A Toscano exclusive. Tray is painted silver. 10"Wx11"Dx36"H. 19 lbs.