Bayard Art Deco sideboard clock


  • French Art Deco Sideboard clock by BAYARD in oak veneer and bronze.
  • 'Buffets' or sideboards were a prominent feature in any stylish French Art Deco interior of the 1920s and 1930s.  
  • Often with central glass doors, the utility of the furniture could be further enhanced by use as display cabinets for other French Art Deco vases, etc.
  • This clock would have sat either on top of a buffet or on a mantlepiece in the same room as one, echoing the lines and proportions.  
  • The plinth to the bottom of the clock and the curved edges are typical of so many of the buffets we once had for sale locally, here in France.
  • The Art Deco styling to the bronze clock face and numerals works wonderfully in contrast to the oak, and I'm delighted that the BAYARD logo is still in place.
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Collections: Art Deco, Clocks

Category: Art Deco, Clock

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