I do not think we've had a clock this large which is so completely without damage, loss, restorations AND that runs well - until this one. Over 21" tall, and nearly 16" wide at the base, it's seriously impressive. The clock face or dial is 5" in diameter, has all of the matching original indices in kiln-fired enamel metal plaques, slightly convex. As noted, the clock's mechanism (H&F, PARIS 31721) is complete and runs well. I haven't tested to see how accurate it is. Typically, each time it is shipped, it should have a clockmaker fine-tune and set the clock. This clock has been serviced recently, as well, while still in France where we found it. Full measurements are noted on the photos.
Very good to excellent condition throughout, age and type considered. This is a later 1800s carving, the base being the only part carved from a 2nd piece of wood. There is a tiny nip to the beak of one of the pheasants, but not a bit of chip or restoration anywhere else on that magnificently carved wood clock housing. Photos show it from all angles of view. Yes, key and pendulum are original and included. The clock is running well. I do not know if it's an 8-day wind. Face-wind, separate for clock and for bell/ringer, so you can have the clock without the chiming should you want to keep it running. The finish on the old wood is like satin, is original and in total - stunning!