Early 20th Century Chinoiserie Granddaughter Clock

Buyer Protection Guaranteed

About

A very finely decorated early 20th century chinoiserie granddaughter clock. With an arched dial, involving cast bangles. Original decoration.
Details
In the Style Of
Chinoiserie
Place of Origin
China
Date of Manufacture
circa 1900
Period
Early 20th Century
Condition
Excellent
Dimensions
73.5 in. H x 14.25 in. W x 9 in. D
187 cm H x 36 cm W x 23 cm D
Dealer Location
Peterborough, United Kingdom
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
LU103282349452
Contact The Seller
1stdibs seller since 2014
Located in Peterborough, Northamptonshire

More from this Seller

Early 19th Century Oak and Mahogany Longcase Clock
Early 19th Century Oak and Mahogany Longcase Clock...
A early 19th century oak and mahogany longcase clock with arched movement incorporating a moon. Subsidiary second dial, indistinctly signed by Bilston maker. Original paint work. The ca...
Early 19th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock by Alexander Ralston
Early 19th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock by Alex...
An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock by Alexander Ralston. The eight-day bell striking movement with anchor escapement, the 14 inch painted circular Roman numeral dial carved w...
Early 18th Century Walnut Longcase Clock by J Elias of Amsterdam
Early 18th Century Walnut Longcase Clock by J Elia...
Walnut
Early 18th century walnut longcase clock by Johannes Elias of Amsterdam, showing phases of the moon within the arch, date and hygrometer lenticle, very well figured case. RR.
Late 19th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock
Late 19th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock
Mahogany
Late 19th century mahogany longcase clock, in perfect working order. The face signed by Maple and Company London. Founded in 1841 by John Maple, manufacturing and retailing from the hub...
19th Century Mahogany Painted Dial Long Case Clock
19th Century Mahogany Painted Dial Long Case Clock...
Mahogany
19th century mahogany painted dial long case clock, particularly finely figured, arched dial with an eight day movement and two sub sequential dials, upper case with finely cast quarter...
18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool
18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liv...
18th century longcase clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool with eight day movement. The swan neck pediment with boxwood dental moulding within with églomisé panels above the two brass fin...
18th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock by John Parker of Liverpool
18th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock by John Parke...
Mahogany
18th century mahogany longcase clock by John Parker of Liverpool with an eight day movement. Fine swept arch hood above an eagle finial, the face with a silver chapter ring showing Roma...
19th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock by William Coulie of Marykirk
19th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock by William Co...
An early 19th century mahogany Longcase clock by William Coulie of Marykirk, with circular dial and two-train movement, the case being boxwood and ebony strung and with reeded quarter c...
Mid-19th Century Mahogany Wheel Barometer and Thermometer Signed Harris
Mid-19th Century Mahogany Wheel Barometer and Ther...
A mid-19th century mahogany and line inlaid wheel barometer and thermometer. With dry/damp dial and mercury thermometer above 10inch silvered dial. The storm dial marked Harris, 50, Hig...
Louis XIV Period Clock
Louis XIV Period Clock
A good Louis XIV period Vernis Martin Cartel clock, the strongly waisted body over an original shaped bracket, gilt bronze decoration with figures and delicate scroll work. Le Faucheur,...
Louis XVI Period Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock
Louis XVI Period Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock
Ormolu
A good Louis XVI period gilt bronze mantel clock retailed in London by C J Whittaker, signed on the dial. Two figures supporting the central mechanism, with a dark gold and white moulte...
George III Period Longcase Clock by George Chambers of Newcastle
George III Period Longcase Clock by George Chamber...
A good mid-George III period walnut eight-day longcase clock by George Chambers of Newcastle. Silver and gilt bronze face, subsidiary dials including a moon and date to the top. Finely ...