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Creator: Brock & Company
Brock & Co. French Glass Art Deco Boudoir Clock from 1930's
By Brock & Company
Located in Long Beach, CA
FACTORY / HOUSE: Brock & Co. STYLE / REFERENCE: Art Deco / Desk Clock l METAL / MATERIAL: French Glass and Metal CIRCA / YEAR: 1930's DIMENSIONS / SIZE: 4 3/4 tall x 4 wide x 1 3/4 deep MOVEMENT / CALIBER: Manual Winding DIAL / HANDS: Original Silvered with Blued Steel Hands ATTACHMENT / LENGTH: / Regular Length WARRANTY: 18 months on the movement LIFETIME SERVICE COMMITMENT This charming Art Deco Clock was originally sold by Brock and Company...
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1930s Swiss Vintage Brock & Company Furniture

Materials

Glass

Brock & Company Tall Sterling Art Nouveau Flower Vase, California Poppy
By Brock & Company
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Brock & Company Sterling Art Nouveau vase - 17 ½ inches tall. Beautiful poppy flower design. Slender stem with attached tendrils. Marked: Brock & Company, Sterling, 7369, 17 ½ in. Beautiful vase in excellent condition. Measures: 17.5" H x 4.75" D. Brock & Company was a nationally-prominent jewelry firm, and it certainly was the most important jewelry and giftware store in Los Angeles. It was considered to be the jewelry store of the stars and was shopped by many notable Los Angeles actors of the day including Mary Pickford and others. It's jewelry workshop was housed in the top floor of the building on West Seventh Street. Brock & Co. was founded by George A. Brock in 1903. George C. Brock, George A.'s son, took charge of the company, and it continued to grow and thrive. A second store was opened on Wilshire Boulevard, in the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills. Tiffany and Co. even approached Brock's to do a merger to become Tiffany-Brock & Co. That merger did not take place, and Angelenos continued to buy their jewelry, watches, silver, fine china, and crystal at Brock & Co. Brock retired in 1964 and the building and inventory were sold. This vase had a note attached upon purchase that attributed it to Clemens Friedell...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Brock & Company Furniture

Materials

Silver

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