A Petersen and Co
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17th Century Hague Clock Signed by Pieter Visbagh, circa 1675
By A. Petersen & Co.
Located in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Unusually small Hague clock made c. 1675 by Pieter Visbagh, who was apprenticed by Salomon Coster. The latter made the first pendulum clock according to the instructions of Christiaa...
17th Century Dutch Baroque Antique A Petersen and Co
19th Century Carriage Clock by Waterbury Clock Co., U.S.A
By Waterbury Clock Co.
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
19th century Waterbury carriage clock. It has been recently cleaned and serviced and works perfectly.
19th Century American Antique A Petersen and Co
H 5.75 in. Dm 3.5 in.
17th Century Oak Longcase Clock
Located in Martlesham, GB
A very rare late 17th century 24 hour oak cased striking longcase clock by the prominent maker Thomas White of Fairford. The cross plated movement has been sympathetically restored and is guaranteed in good working order, the brass dial is in aged condition with a single hand (dial can be restored if required) The oak case has been sympathetically restored retaining a lot of the original features. Thomas White was a prominent clockmaker and records show was apprenticed to Thomas Tompion...
1680s British Antique A Petersen and Co
H 79 in. W 18 in. D 11 in.
19th Century Swiss Mechanical Clock Painting, Circa 1820
Located in Vero Beach, FL
19th century Swiss mechanical clock painting circa 1820 This antique and unique clock painting is created in oil on metal circa 1820 in Switzerlan...
19th Century Swiss Biedermeier Antique A Petersen and Co
H 13.75 in. W 18.75 in. D .75 in.
20th Century Atmos Kendo Table Clock, circa 1950
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
20th century Aymos Kendo table clock By unknown manufacturer from Germany, circa 1950. In original condition, with minor wear consistent with age and use, preserving a beautiful ...
1950s German Other Vintage A Petersen and Co
H 11.62 in. Dm 7.88 in.
18th Century Swedish Baroque Long Case Clock
Located in La Plata, MD
White re-painted baroque long case clock from the early 18th Century. This clock was originally blue but we've repainted it in white and Louis Blue. The clock is Swedish and made from Swedish pine with the design and clock face from the 18th century. A well crafted detail is the hand wrought hardware and hasp in iron on the doors. This type of clock with a rectangular clock face are the earliest models. It was only a few decades later when the round clock face was introduced. This clock face is brass and mounted with detailed lead dolphin...
Early 18th Century Swedish Baroque Antique A Petersen and Co
H 89.25 in. W 22 in. D 7.25 in.
French Early 19th Century Empire Period Mantel Clock Signed Ledure
By Pierre-Victor Ledure
Located in Worpswede / Bremen, DE
Very fine early 19th century Empire period mantel clock of patinated bronze. It is signed by one of the best Parisian bronzers Pierre Victor Ledure and h...
Early 19th Century French Empire Antique A Petersen and Co
H 15.36 in. W 6.11 in. D 5.12 in.
Tall Case Amsterdam Clock, Signed Pieter Verlaer, circa 1840-1860
Located in Miami, FL
Tall case Amsterdam clock. Signed Pieter Verlaer, Dutch, circa 1840-1860. walnut and burled walnut. Clock has an amazing dial with three ships that mov...
19th Century Dutch Rococo Revival Antique A Petersen and Co
H 120 in. W 27 in. D 13.5 in.
17th Century Antique Ebony and Gilt Table Clock by Edward Burgis of London
By Edward Burgis
Located in Devon, GB
A rare James II ebony and gilt-metal basket-top quarter-striking spring table clock. The latched 7 1/4 inch square dial has a matted centre, silvered and engraved chapter-ring with strike or silent above 'XII'. The three-train verge fusee...
17th Century British Jacobean Antique A Petersen and Co
H 13 in. W 10.5 in. D 6.25 in.
Late 17th Century French Fine Carved Wood and Polychromed Pocket Watch Holder
Located in North Miami, FL
Late 17th century French extremely fine carved wood polychromed and gold gilded pocket watch holder. It has a carved cup behind the front opening to hold th...
17th Century French Baroque Antique A Petersen and Co
H 9.5 in. W 9.5 in. D 3 in.
17th Century Regency Clock and Console Table
Located in Cantù, IT
A clock and console table in the style of Louis XIV made by parisian cabinet maker Lessure who specilised in the reproduction of statues of horses. He ...
17th Century Italian Antique A Petersen and Co
H 41.74 in. W 31.5 in. D 12.6 in.
Early 19th Century Tall Case Clock by James Hogg, circa 1820
Located in Nantucket, MA
Early 19th century tall case clock by James Hogg, from village of Gifford near Edinborough, circa 1820, with fine mahogany case, brass fin...
1820s Scottish Regency Antique A Petersen and Co
H 87 in. W 20.13 in. D 9.75 in.
19th Century, Zinc Clock Trade Sign
Located in Sheffield, MA
One of the most exceptional trade signs that still exists is highly decorated with early, original paint and gold leaf. A rare small size, American circa 1860. H 20", in excellent crisp condition. This clock trade sign...
1860s American Antique A Petersen and Co
H 5 in. Dm 20 in.
A. Petersen & Co. furniture for sale on 1stDibs.
A. Petersen & Co. furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of A. Petersen & Co. furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by A. Petersen & Co. were created in the Baroque style in netherlands during the 18th century and earlier. Prices for A. Petersen & Co. furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at £61,661 and can go as high as £61,661, while a piece like these, on average, fetch £61,661.
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