Antique Wall Pendulum Clocks
Late 19th Century Antique Wall Pendulum Clocks
Early 20th Century German Black Forest Antique Wall Pendulum Clocks
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Late 19th Century French Napoleon III Antique Wall Pendulum Clocks
19th Century French Antique Wall Pendulum Clocks
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1850s Austrian Biedermeier Antique Wall Pendulum Clocks
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Early 20th Century German Late Victorian Antique Wall Pendulum Clocks
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1890s German Victorian Antique Wall Pendulum Clocks
Late 19th Century French Antique Wall Pendulum Clocks
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Finding the Right Wall Clocks for You
Wall clocks have been designed by acclaimed creators and manufacturers such as Howard Miller Clock Company, Junghans Uhren GmbH, Pragotron and more. The Ball clock and Sunflower clock, which were created by designer Irving Harper in George Nelson’s studio during the mid-century era, are known to design enthusiasts and have become highly collectible over the years.
Whether you want an antique timepiece or one that will match a modern motif, you are sure to find one to suit any home or office decor.
The wall clocks of today have come a long way from the mechanical timepieces that originated in the 14th century. One of the most famous clocks from this era was made by Italian astronomer and physician Giovanni de’ Dondi and took approximately 16 years to complete. By the 17th century, wall clocks were popular luxury objects for the home.
Wall clock choices are not limited to just something that keeps time. A 19th-century bronze cartel clock and barometer set is an elegant addition to a foyer, while a vintage world-map clock allows you to see the time in several locations at once. Cleverly designed clocks have been created for all manner of tastes over the years.
On 1stDibs, you will find wall clocks and other types of antique and vintage clocks from various time periods, from Louis XV to Art Deco, and from all over the world, including Germany, France, the United Kingdom and elsewhere. Bring a touch of class and personality into your living room or dining room with a unique timepiece.
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