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Ormolu and Cloisonné́ Enamel Orientalist Clock Set
Located in London, GB
Comprising a central clock with two flanking vases, the case with central and side panels decorated with flowers and herons, the two vases similarly decorated. Height, width and dep...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Table Clocks and Desk Clocks

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Bronze, Enamel

French Orientalist Gilt Bronze Equestrian Mantel Clock
Located in London, GB
French Orientalist gilt bronze equestrian mantel clock French, 19th century Dimensions: Height 63cm, width 40cm, depth 18cm Finely wrought from gilt bronze, this sculptural mant...
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Antique 19th Century French Mantel Clocks

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Ormolu

French Orientalist Elephant Clock, 19th Century
Located in Cypress, CA
Spectacular French orientalist bronze patinated and rouge marble elephant clock, 19th century. The clock is surmounted by a reclining aristocratic noble in traditional garments flan...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Mantel Clocks

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Marble

Antique French Orientalist Style Ormolu Mantel Clock
Located in London, GB
This striking and highly detailed mantel clock is made entirely of ormolu, and is surmounted by the figure of an Eastern nobleman. He wears typical dress of his location and period: ...
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Antique 19th Century French Mantel Clocks

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Ormolu

Exquisite French Charles X Ormolu Orientalist Sultana Figural Table Clock
Located in New York, NY
Exquisite French Charles X ormolu and enamel orientalist sultana figural table clock, early 19th century. Depicting a seated orientalist sultana turbaned woman wearing jewelry, dr...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Charles X Mantel Clocks

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Bronze, Ormolu

Rare Orientalist Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock by Denière et Fils
By Jean-François Denière
Located in London, GB
Rare orientalist gilt bronze mantel clock by Denière et Fils French, circa 1830 Measures: Height 54cm, width 40cm, depth 18cm This beautiful mantel clock is crafted from gilt br...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Charles X Mantel Clocks

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Bronze, Ormolu

Antique French Orientalist/Moorish Silver/Gilt Bronze and Enamel Figural Clock
Located in New York, NY
A very unusual 19th century antique French orientalist/Moorish silvered bronze, gilt bronze and champleve enamel figural clock, signed Boulez, marks on movement ROBLIN & FILS FRERES,...
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Antique 1880s French Moorish More Clocks

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Silver, Enamel

Mid-19th Century Orientalist Bronze Mounted Siena Marble Mantel Clock
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Mid 19th Century Orientalist Bronze Mounted Siena Marble Mantle Clock, France. The classically robed maiden wearing an intricately detailed turban and holding a pen, while leaning on...
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Antique 19th Century French Mantel Clocks

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Bronze

Antique French Orientalist/Islamic 3-Piece Silvered Bronze Clock Garniture
Located in New York, NY
A Monumental Antique French Orientalist/Islamic 3-Piece Silvered Bronze Clock Garniture with candelabras made for the orientalist or ottoman market. Intricate Islamic flower motifs a...
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Antique 19th Century French Islamic Clocks

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Silver

Important French Orientalist Jeweled Clock for Turkish Market, YSL Collection
Located in New York, NY
An important antique French orientalist style Jeweled gilt bronze clock made for the Ottoman market. This enameled clock sits within the decorated column's supporting a tulip shaped ...
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Antique 19th Century Turkish Aesthetic Movement Clocks

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Enamel

Gilt Bronze Clock with Arab Prince and Princess made for the Orientalist market
Located in New York, NY
An Impressive and very large French Gilt Dore Bronze Clock with Arab Prince and Princess made for the Oriental Market. With the European market entranced with all the oriental fantas...
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Antique 19th Century French Clocks

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Bronze

French Chinoiserie/Orientalist Champleve Enamel & Bronze Clock, F. Barbediene
By F. Barbedienne Foundry
Located in New York, NY
A very fine quality antique French Orientalist/Chinoiserie Style, Chamleve Enamel and doré bronze double sided clock, signed by Ferdinand Barbedienne. It is very rare to see a clock ...
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Antique 19th Century French Chinoiserie Table Clocks and Desk Clocks

Orientalist Tiffany Bronze and Marble Square Form Mantle Clock
Located in New York, NY
A Tiffany Bronze and Marble Square Form Mantle Clock Made for The Orientalist Market in Shape of A Musk Stock Number: CC38
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Antique 19th Century French Table Clocks and Desk Clocks

Unusual Orientalist Porcelain Desk or Mantel Clock of a Musk
Located in New York, NY
Unusual orientalist porcelain desk or mantel clock of a musk.
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20th Century Mantel Clocks

Marble and Ormolu Orientalist French Clock Mantel and Clock Garniture
Located in Salt Lake City, UT
Borrowing from the shapes and symbolism of Islam, this clock, in red marble, gilt bronze, and slate, was made during the height of Orientalist style in France, and reflects the many ...
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Antique 19th Century French Moorish Clocks

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Marble, Slate, Bronze

Orientalist Clock For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic orientalist clock available at 1stDibs. Each orientalist clock for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using metal, bronze and enamel.

How Much are Orientalist Clock?

Prices for a orientalist clock start at $4,800 and top out at $45,000 with the average selling for $15,155.

Finding the Right Clocks for You

A sophisticated clock design, whether it’s a wall clock, desk clock, mantel clock or other variation, is a decorative object to be admired in your home as much as it is a necessary functional element. This is part of the reason clocks make such superb collectibles. Given the versatility of these treasured fixtures — they’ve long been made in a range of shapes, sizes and styles — a clock can prove integral to your own particular interior decor.

Antique and vintage clocks can whisk us back to the 18th and 19th centuries. When most people think of antique clocks, they imagine an Art Deco Bakelite tabletop or wall clock, named for the revolutionary synthetic plastic, Bakelite, of which they’re made, or a stately antique grandfather clock. But the art of clock-making goes way back, transcending continents and encompassing an entire range of design styles and technologies. In short, there are many kinds of clocks depending on your needs.

A variety of wall clocks can be found on 1stDibs. A large antique hand-carved walnut wall clock is best suited to a big room and a flat background given what will likely be outwardly sculptural features, while Georgian grandfather clocks, or longcase clocks, will help welcome rainswept guests into your entryway or foyer. An interactive cuckoo clock, large or small, is guaranteed to bring outsize personality to your living room or dining room. For conversation pieces of a similar breed, mid-century modern enthusiasts go for the curious Ball clock, the first of more than 150 clock models conceived in the studio of legendary architect and designer George Nelson

Minimalist contemporary clocks and books pair nicely on a shelf, but an eye-catching vintage mantel clock can add balance to your home library while drawing attention to your art and design books and other decorative objects. Ormolu clocks dating from the Louis XVI period, designed in the neoclassical style, are often profusely ornate, featuring architectural flourishes and rich naturalistic details. Rococo-style mantel clocks of Meissen porcelain or porcelain originating from manufacturers in cities such as Limoges, France, during the 18th and 19th centuries, exude an air of imperial elegance on your shelves or side tables and can help give your desk a 19th-century upgrade.

On 1stDibs, find a range of extraordinary antique, new and vintage clocks today.