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Antique Second Empire period French Bronze clock and matching pair of urns. The clock measures 11.5 inches high x 5.5 inches deep x 9 inches wide. The urns measure 8 inches high x 3 inches deep x 4 inches wide at the handles. Hand painted enamel dial. Excellent original condition. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at PriceMyItem.com.
Items below are in our Online Antiques Price Guide and are not for sale.
Japy Freres French bronze mantle clock c1880
Japy Freres bronze French mantle clock c1880 with gilt bronze sculpture on bronzed metal base. Measures 20.75 inches wide, 19 inches high and 8 inches deep. Just cleaned in wonderful working condition. Annees Medailles d'Or.
19thc English Tall Case Clock by Thos Bullock
English Tall Case Clock by Thos Bullock; mahogany early 19thc. Measures 87 inches high, 18 and 5/8 inches wide and 9.5 inches deep. Inscription: "Thos. Bullock" on brass face; arched crest over pillared corners; brass movement and brass face; single door at midsection; tells seconds, hours, date. Good estate condition, repair receipts on door inside.
Victorian faux painted cast iron mantle clock c1880
Victorian faux painted cast iron key wind time and strike mantle clock c1880 seven day. The original painted surface is in excellent condition. Running condition. Measures 15.75 inches high, 9 inches wide at base and 7.5 above the base, and 4 inches deep.
Timothy Chandler mirror clock Concord New Hampshire c1810
Timothy Chandler mirror clock Concord New Hampshire c1810. Measures 13.5 inches wide by 4.5 inches deep and 29.5 inches high. The old label inside reads: New England clock bought from Walter Keller Scarsdale NY May 14th 1950 for $200.00. Its number in the collectors registry is 1195. Built between 1810 and 1815 by Timothy Chandler in Concord New Hampshire. In original as found estate condition.
One weight Vienna regulator wall clock c1875
Single weight Vienna regulator wall clock c1875 made by Lenzkirch. This hanging wall regulator features a rosewood veneer case with stylized column sides, and a white porcelain dial with a brass bezel and finely cut hands. Runs well. Measures 38 inches high by 11 inches wide by 6 inches deep. The movement is signed.
Fredrick Turban Vienna Wall Clock c1855
Fredrick Turban Vienna wall clock c1855. Viennese regulators evolved from 1800 to 1900. This example is one of the best we have ever handled. The case is finely grained and shaded rosewood veneer. The dial is white porcelain with a gilt bronze bezel. It may have had decorative crest molding at one time. The clock runs well, is in excellent original condition, and measures 48 inches high by 12 inches wide by 5 and one half inches deep. Time and strike movement. Soft chime on the quarter hour.
French Empire white marble column clock c1840
French Empire white marble and brass column clock c1840 with blown glass dome. This antique time and strike clock measures 19 inches high, 9 inches wide and 6 inches deep. The blown glass cover and base measures 25 inches high, 12 inches wide and 8 inches deep. The clock runs well and is in excellent condition with some minor molding missing at its very top.
18th Century French Morbier brass wall Clock
18th Century French Morbier brass wall clock with 2 piece repousee headpiece featuring the Roi de Soleil symbol. For a nearly identical example, please see "The Morbier 1680 to 1900" by Steve Z. Nemrava, Portland, Oregon, 1975, page 27. The symbolism of the headpiece decoration and the differences between circa 1800 examples like this one with folding pendulum, and the later examples with brass pendulums, are explained within the copy. This clock runs well provided it is hung perfectly level both side to side and front to back. Measures 54 inches long by 9 and one half inches wide by 6 inches deep.
Benjamin Morrill tower clock New Hampshire c1820
Attributed to Benjamin Morrill. Tower clock, one five known to exist. Morrill is known for developing the New Hampshire mirror clock, but he also made tall case clocks in addition to a few tower clocks for churches. This Morrill tower clock is 63 inches long, 36 inches wide, and 43 inches tall, in a solid oak or chestnut frame with brass and iron gears. Benjamin Morrill, 1794 to 1857. Morrill also made tall case clocks, Massachusetts shelf, and banjo clocks. He also made four (known) tower clocks, of which this is one. This is probably his first because the strike side design on the others is a newer style. All four of Morrill?s tower clocks were installed in small NH towns. None are signed Morrill but all are similar in style. Assuming this is clock number 1 the rest are documented as follows. Number 2 only some parts are left in the tower in Dover, NH, number 3 first installed in Henniker, NH, and now on display at the American Clock and Watch Museum in Bristol, CT, number 4 is still in its original location in Orford, NH. We have all of the important parts of the pendulum, the rating or adjusting nut (this style of curled winged nut is one of Morrill?s signatures) the cast iron bob is original to the clock as well and weighs about 100lbs. The threaded end of the pendulum rod is present as well as about 15 inches of the rod (most of which is going thru the pendulum bob, about four inches is visible. A new rod would need to be fabricated.
French Empire bronze and marble shelf clock c1820
Antique French Empire bronze and marble mantel clock "Amour et Gloire". This French Empire bronze and marble shelf clock dates from c1820. This clock has a silk thread movement which runs perfectly. Measures 12 inches wide by 17 inches high and 6 and one half inches deep. Wonderful well cast bronze depicting a allegorical figure.
Antique shelf cuckoo clock Germany circa 1850
This is an unusually large antique shelf cuckoo clock. Germany circa 1850. Deep gong and cuckoo on hour and half hour. Hand carved, articulated, huge, wooden cuckoo bird. Flaps wings when cuckoos. Unusual Gothic church like structure. The wood plate movement runs for two days on a full wind. Very good time keeper. Very original clock with beautiful original bone hands. Height 24 inches width 12.5 inches, depth 7.25 inches, dial diameter 5.5 inches The clock has some minor flaws. Right rear foot has a small sliver of wood missing approx 1 in by 1/8 inch, not really noticeable because it is on the rear of the clock. There is a small chip in the rim of the strike side ivory winding hole. Cuckoo door has two small nicks. Beautifully carved case. Overall in very good condition.
Antique Scottish Drum Head Tall Case mahogany Clock c1850
This hall clock clock is signed J. Clark and Sons and is called a Scottish drum head clock circa 1850s. Beautiful flame mahogany door and bottom panel. The tall case clock is 83 inches tall 20 inches wide 9inches deep with a 12 inch dial. All original deep rich old finish.
Antique Horn Antler Oak Wall Clock
Antique Horn Antler Oak Wall Clock. This antique horn and oak wall clock measures 43 inches high and is 17 inches wide. circa 1880. This clock had enamel face numbers, bear claws,antlers and is all original. We have not seen another one like it in our 30 years of selling rare and hard to find antiques. Runs and stops so it will need cleaning.
Antique Wall Clocks Ansonia Clock Company Connecticut
Ansonia Clock Company in Ansonia, Connecticut, circa 1895. Connecticut was our country's clock-manufacturing capitol in the nineteenth century. The case appears to be black walnut. The turnings and proportions are lovely. The woman's profile is that of Jenny Lind, a celebrity singer of the period whose image adorned many decorative objects.
Antique American Reverse Painted Glass Panel Ogee Clock
Antique mantle clocks,Seth Thomas mantel clocks,Antique American Seth Thomas mantle Clocks,Reverse American Painted Panel Ogee clock, Reverse Painted Glass Panel Clock,This Ogee Clock has its original painted glass. This "Reverse Painted Glass Panel Ogee Clock" measures 15 and one half inches wide, 4 and one eighth inches deep and is 26 inches tall.Condition: All original as found. Runs fine.
Antique French Gilt Brass Louis XV Mantel Clock
Antique French Gilt Brass Louis XV style mantel clock. This antique French gilt mantel clock measures 22 inches high, 17 inches wide, and is 8 inches deep. Movement has been cleaned and runs very well. It dates from the mid 19th century. The matching candelabras each measuring 24" high . It is rare to find a matching set from this period of this quality intact. Made in Paris, France. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at PriceMyItem.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.
Antique Victorian brass Iron mantle clock
Antique Victorian mantle clock. Wonderful Victorian mantle clock made from iron and brass. Depicts a shepherdess standing next to a well house in the Baroque or Rocco style. Measures 10 inches by 10 inches. It was recently cleaned and runs terrific.
Antique Standard Electric regulator clock
Antique American Oak regulator clock. Wall clocks, "Master Wall Clock" Antique Standard electric master wall clock in original oak case and condition. This wall regulator clock Runs fine. High quality Electric wall clocks in excellent original condition like this one hung in the board room or foyer of important factories of the day. This oak master wall clock ran all the time clocks in what ever factory or large business it was in. Big oak regulator clocks like this one are very rare and hard to find. C1900-30 Measures 67" high 20inches long, 8" deep. Heavy brass pendulum. You never have to wind this clock! even though the brass movement is exactly the same as other key wind regulators.