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Place of Origin: European
1930s Art Deco Mantel Clock with Silver Plated Bronze Figures
Located in Greven, DE
Art Deco Mantel Clock France Marble, bronze 1920s Dimensions: H x W x D: 35 x 46 x 11 cm Description: Antique mantel clock in the typical Art Deco design. The flat rectangular ma...
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1920s Art Deco Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Marble, Bronze

Late 18th Century English Oak "Grandmother" Clock
By Robert Wells 1
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
English clock, a "Grandmother" size, c.1770-80. With single weight driving time & strike. 30 hour birdcage movement. The bell is marked R. Wells. Robert Wells, father, worked in Wilt...
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Late 18th Century Georgian Antique European Clocks

Materials

Oak, Walnut

Huge Industrial Illuminated Double Sided Gents of Leicester Railway Clock. c1930
By Gents of Leicester
Located in London, GB
An incredible and large illuminated double faced wall clock made in England by Gents of Leicester. c.1930 Double sided wall mounted in fantastic condition in old dark blue paint. Ge...
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1930s Industrial Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Steel

English Bracket Clock with Silver Plated Dial, London, circa 1800
By Johnson
Located in Greven, DE
Bracket Clock London wood, brass around 1800 Dimensions: H x W x D: 46 x 27 x 17 cm Description: English bracket clock in an ebonised "bell-top" wooden case with a carrying handle...
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Early 19th Century Antique European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Viennese Silver Historicism Splendour Clock With Musical Movement, Around 1880
By Viennese Manufactory
Located in Vienna, AT
Artfully decorated silver gilded table clock by a Viennese master: Flat, rectangular corpus containing the musical mechanism, standing on four elaborately decorated volute feet attac...
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1880s Other Antique European Clocks

Materials

Amethyst, Malachite, Gold Plate, Silver, Enamel

Late 18th Century English Longcase Clock with Moonphases, Manchester, circa 1780
Located in Greven, DE
Late 18th Century English Grandfather Clock with Moonphases England (Manchester) Mahogany second half of 18th century Dimensio...
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Late 18th Century Antique European Clocks

Materials

Mahogany

Table clock, Aníbal Barca. Ormolu bronze, metal. France, 19th century.
Located in Madrid, ES
Table clock, Aníbal Barca. Ormolu bronze, metal. France, 19th century. Table clock with Paris machinery and a case made of mercury-gilded bronze. in mercury-gilded bronze, with a rec...
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19th Century Neoclassical Revival Antique European Clocks

Materials

Bronze, Other

Scottish Longcase Clock made by William Spark, Aberdeen, circa 1820
Located in Greven, DE
George III grandfather clock with silver-plated dial Scotland (Aberdeen) Mahogany George III around 1820 Dimensions: H x W x D: 222 x 47 x 23 cm Description: Beautiful antique Scottish grandfather...
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1820s George III Antique European Clocks

Materials

Mahogany

Jaeger LeCoultre, Atmos Clock From 1980 With Full Dial
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre - Atmos V with full dial Switzerland Gold-plated brass Year of manufacture 1980 Dimensions: H x W x D: 22 x 18 x 13.5 cm Description: Atmos V calibre 526 in a gol...
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1980s Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Jaeger LeCoultre, Desk Clock, Atmos Prestige, Limited Edition, 1980s
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Atmos Clock - "Prestige" by Jaeger LeCoultre with original box Switzerland Gold-plated brass 1980s Dimensions: H x W x D: 27 x 17 x 16 cm Description: The Atmos Prestige from Jaeg...
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1980s Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Jaeger LeCoultre, Bicolor Atmos Clock, Silver and Gold, Manufactured 1978
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre - Atmos clock in silver-gold bicolour version Switzerland Nickel-plated and gold-plated brass Year of manufacture 1978 Dimensions: H x W x D: 22 x 18 x 13.5 cm De...
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1970s Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

19th Century French Ormolu Mantel Clock, circa 1840
Located in Greven, DE
19th Century French mantel clock France (Limoges) Ormolu around 1840 Dimensions: H x W x D: 37 x 22 x 10 cm Description: The bronze, cast in relief and then fire-gilded, stands on...
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1830s Charles X Antique European Clocks

Materials

Marble, Bronze, Ormolu

Atmos Clock by Jaeger LeCoultre, Classique Design, Manufactured in 1950
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Early Atmos clock from Jaeger LeCoultre Switzerland Brass, partly gold-plated Year of manufacture 1950 Dimensions: H x W x D: 23.5 x 21 x 16.5 cm Description: Atmos II in matt bru...
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Jaeger LeCoultre, Atmos Vendome, Clock Pendule, manufactured in 1994
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre - Atmos Vendome Switzerland Brass, marble, glass Year of construction 1994 Dimensions: H x W x D: 24 x 21 x 17 cm Description: Atmos Vendome calibre 540 with marb...
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1990s Modern European Clocks

Materials

Marble, Brass

Jaeger LeCoultre, Atmos Clock, Nickel Plated, Manufactured 1950
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Atmos II from Jaeger LeCoultre Switzerland Nickel-plated brass Year of manufacture 1950 Dimensions: H x W x D: 23.5 x 21 x 16.5 cm Description: Atmos II in a new nickel-plated cas...
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1950s Mid-Century Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Jaeger LeCoultre, Atmos Clock, Jubilé, manufactured in 1979
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre - Atmos Jubilé Switzerland Gold-plated brass Year of manufacture 1979 Dimensions: H x W x D: 24 x 17 x 15 cm Description: Very rare Atmos clock, which was produce...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Scandinavian Longcase Clock, Sweden, 18th Century
Located in Greven, DE
Small Scandinavian grandfather clock Sweden Wood, coloured 18th century Dimensions: H x W x D: 187 x 38 x 21 cm Description: Stepped case standing on a plinth. Straight box with r...
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18th Century Antique European Clocks

Materials

Wood

Empire Mantel Clock - La Bibliotheque, Ormolu, France, Paris, circa 1820
By Le Roi
Located in Greven, DE
Mantel Clock - La Bibliotheque - In the study room Paris fire-gilt bronze, enamel Empire around 1820 Dimensions: H x W x D: 38 x 28 x 19 cm Description: Scenery mounted on an oval...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique European Clocks

Materials

Bronze

Orologio a Vaso Francia Primo Quarto XIX Secolo
By Non-Standard Furniture and Lighting
Located in Milano, IT
Orologio a vaso in bronzo dorato poggiante su un plinto ornato con motivi a foglie susseguenti poggiante su quattro piedini a sfera. Il corpo dalla caratteristica forma a vaso biansa...
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1820s Empire Antique European Clocks

Materials

Bronze

Jaeger LeCoultre, Silver Atmos Clock, Original Nickel Plated, Swiss, 1973
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Silver Atmos table clock with smoky grey dial Switzerland Nickel-plated brass Year of manufacture 1973 Dimensions: H x W x D: 22 x 18 x 13.5 cm Description: We are offering an Atm...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Jaeger LeCoultre, Atmos Fontainebleu, Swiss Made in 1986
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre - Atmos Fontainebleu Switzerland Year of construction 1986 Dimensions: H x W x D: 25 x 20 x 16 cm Description: Atmos calibre 540 in the rare "Fontainebleu" version in a wooden case. Square ring dial with rounded corners. Roman numerals for hours, fine minute track, Breguet hands with counterweights. "SWISS MADE" is printed below the 6. A manufacturer's engraving and the calibre number can be found on the front movement plate. A "Jaeger LeCoultre" imprint can be seen at the bottom right of the front disc. The Atmos Fontainebleu was listed in the collection from 1987. It was available in various versions - with a square or round dial, with a moon phase, with a black lacquered or mahogany case. Although the clock offered here dates from 1986, it was only listed in the 1987 and 1988 catalogues. Ref. 220.030.4 Serial number: 620514 Year of manufacture: 1986. Condition: Freshly overhauled, very good condition of the movement. Flawless case condition. Interesting facts: Generations of inventors have endeavoured to construct a perpetual motion machine - and one after the other was disappointed to discover that their designs did not work. Today we know that it is technically impossible to build a machine that works continuously without consuming energy. Apart from wear and tear, a machine only works as long as it is supplied with energy: Electricity, gas, petrol... Without human intervention and practically without wear and tear, the Atmos does not run without energy consumption, but it is fed by an energy source that can be described as "eternal": It draws its energy from the constant fluctuations in air temperature. The Atmos literally lives from the air. In order to utilise the temperature fluctuations as an energy source, a suitable medium had to be found. The choice fell on ethyl chloride (C2H5Cl) - a substance that dentists know as an anaesthetic. Ethyl chloride has a very high coefficient of thermal expansion between 10 and 27°C, i.e. the volume change is particularly large in this temperature range. The round can...
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1980s Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Wood

18th Century Italian Wrought Iron Church Tower Turret Clock Console Side Table
Located in Carimate, Como
Beautiful authentic 18th century Italian tower turret clock mechanism. This mechanism was used for large clocks and bells you find up churches and public towers to keep time for the ...
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18th Century Industrial Antique European Clocks

Materials

Wrought Iron

Jaeger LeCoultre, Atmos Clock, Royale Gold, Manufactured in 1978
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre - Atmos Royale Switzerland Gold-plated brass Year of manufacture 1978 Dimensions: H x W x D: 27 x 23 x 14 cm Description: Atmos Royale Ref. 5814 in a completely g...
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1970s Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

19th Century Mantel Clock "Astronomy", France circa 1830
Located in Greven, DE
Antique mantel clock on the theme of astronomy France Bronze Charles X around 1830 Dimensions: H x W x D: 48 x 19 x 10 cm Description: Unusual and beautifully crafted bronze mante...
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19th Century Charles X Antique European Clocks

Materials

Bronze

19th Century Regulator by Tarault Jeune, Precision Portal Clock, Paris, c. 1825
Located in Greven, DE
Table regulator - Precision portal clock Paris mahogany, bronze, enamel around 1825 Dimensions: H x W x D: 49 x 28 x 15 cm Description: Antique precision portal clock from the 182...
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1820s Restauration Antique European Clocks

Materials

Bronze, Enamel

Original Silver Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos Clock with Console, from 1972
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre, silver Atmos clock with wall console Switzerland Nickel-plated brass Year of manufacture 1972 Dimensions: H x W x D: 22 x 18 x 13.5 cm Description: On offer is a...
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1970s Mid-Century Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Jaeger LeCoultre, Atmos Clock, Vendome from 1962
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre - Atmos Vendome Switzerland Brass, marble Year of manufacture 1962 Dimensions: H x W x D: 24 x 21 x 16 cm Description: Atmos Vendome ...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Marble, Brass

Late 18th Century Liege Burled Walnut Tall Case Clock
Located in New Orleans, LA
A stately late 18th century Belgian, Liege, tall case clock case having a period Black Forest clock workings with wooden enameled dial and hand-painted fruit decoration, the original...
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Late 18th Century Black Forest Antique European Clocks

Materials

Bronze, Enamel, Iron

French Bronze Mantel Clock
Located in Dallas, TX
This stunning clock sits at 23.50 in. Perfect for any desk or study décor. Inspired by the early 1800's. Polished regularly.
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Early 19th Century Baroque Antique European Clocks

Materials

Bronze

English Burl Wood Musical Mantel Clock C 1880, Westminster & Whitington Chimes
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An English Burl Wood Musical Mantel Clock, circa 1880 in the Georgian Style - This imposing clock with break arch case profusely decorated with floral inlay, surmounted by an arched ...
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Late 19th Century Georgian Antique European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Late 18th Century Louis XVI Period Bronze Ormolu Mantel Clock with Candelabras
Located in Casteren, Noord-Brabant
A finely bronze fire-gilded ormolu mantel clock set with matching candelabras. Rich ornate with typical Louis XVI mounts, floral garlands, scrolls, ribbons and bow. The case is made ...
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1770s Louis XVI Antique European Clocks

Materials

Carrara Marble, Enamel, Bronze, Ormolu

Louis XV Style Black Lacquered Longcase Clock with Dore Bronze Ormolu Mountings
Located in Littleton, CO
A grand longcase clock produced in Italy in the 1970s in a rococo Louis XV style with dore bronze ormolu mountings and wood inlay decorating a black-lacquered wood case. The Germa...
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Late 20th Century Louis XV European Clocks

Materials

Bronze

French 19th Century Gilded Bronze and Marble Mantel Clock Caron Le Fils A Paris
Located in Vilnius, LT
Antique 19th century French gilded bronze and white marble mantel clock. The clock is decorated with beautiful female figures holding floral garlands and vase with flowers on the t...
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19th Century Antique European Clocks

Materials

Marble, Bronze

Antique 19th Century French Gilded Bronze Mantel Clock
Located in Vilnius, LT
Large antique 19th century French gilded bronze mantel clock surmounted with two angels holding the dial. The enamel dial numerals are hand...
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19th Century Antique European Clocks

Materials

Bronze, Enamel

French 19th Century Louis XVI Gilded Bronze and Marble Mantel Clock
Located in Vilnius, LT
Antique 19th century French Louis XVI style gilded bronze and white marble mantel clock. The circular case is decorated with a floral elements and surmounted by the figures of Venus...
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19th Century Louis XVI Antique European Clocks

Materials

Marble, Bronze

Antique George III Oak and Mahogany Longcase Clock
Located in Prato, IT
England, Worcester, early 19th century I & E Mason, Worcester Fully functional mechanism Veneered in mahogany and oak Dimensions: cm W47 x D22 x H205.
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Early 19th Century George III Antique European Clocks

Materials

Oak, Mahogany

Jaeger Lecoultre, Atmos Clock from 1967 with Original Box
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos clock Switzerland Brass gold plated Year of manufacture 1967 Dimensions: H x W x D: 22 x 17 x 11 cm Description: Atmos VII in gold-plated brass case with black lacquered sides and matt gold brushed dial. Instead of numbers, we see two double lines for 3, 6, 9 and 12 and single lines for the remaining hours. There is a raised logo below the 12, and the words "JAEGER LECOULTRE" and "ATMOS" above and below the hands. A stamped "Swiss Made" logo is located above the dragonfly. Serial number: 252201, year of manufacture 1967. This clock is based on the calibre 528/1 movement and was listed by Jaeger LeCoultre under ref. number 5900. The model was only built from 1967-1970 and is rare to find in the trade today due to its small number of pieces. The original transport box, the so-called "tabernacle", makes this clock doubly interesting. Instead of the usually used levelling screws, which are operated from inside the case, the Atmos VII has a wheel each on the left and right outside of the base for levelling. Condition: The movement runs absolutely reliable and accurate. The condition of the case is also very nice. The gilding is well preserved. There are minimal traces of cleaning on the dial, barely visible to the naked eye. There are also some rusted screws on the underside of the clock, which is not visible in use. The photos are not "embellished", the case condition is as shown in the photos. Points to know: Although Leonardo da Vinci was already able to prove that the production of a perpetual motion machine is physically impossible, it has been tried again...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

19th Century French Louis XVI Ormolu Mantel Clock by Lamerie-Charpentier & Cie.
By Lemerle-Charpentier & Cie
Located in North Miami, FL
Late 19th century french Louis XVI ormolu gilt bronze mantel clock by Lamerie-Charpentier & Cie. By: Lemerle-Charpentier & Cie. Materi...
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Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique European Clocks

Materials

Marble, Bronze, Ormolu, Metal

Nomon Mini Oj Wall Clock By Jose Maria Reina
By Nomon, José María Reina
Located in Brooklyn, NY
It is increasingly common to see a wall clock located anywhere in a house without regard to traditional areas such as the kitchen. This has a reason to be: This type of clocks has become an original decorative element. A design clock like the Nomon mini OJ gives great personality to any room where you place it and thanks to its dimensions of just 50 cm in diameter it also makes it a jovial and curious object. A wall can be completely empty but when you place an adhesive clock on it, it will be rightly decorated without the need to add any other decorative element. Only with its presence a wall clock can enrich a place without recharging it much more since its design will be enough. It is the kind of magic that you achieve when having a Nomon OJ mini clock...
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21st Century and Contemporary Modern European Clocks

Materials

Polystyrene

French Capucine Clock, by Hastroffer a Lyon, circa 1820
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine French brass Capucine Officers clock, circa 1820, by well regarded maker Hastroffer a Lyon who specialised in this type of clock. The clock is of typical form with doors to the sides and rear for access to the movement and pendulum, urn finials to the top corners and flanking a polished steel bell, on toupie feet, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute marks, steel moon hands, pull repeat and silk-suspension pendulum. Double rack strike on the hour and two minutes...
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1820s Antique European Clocks

Materials

Enamel, Brass

Gent of Leicester Double Sided Illuminated British Rail Station Clock
By Gents of Leicester
Located in Nottingham, GB
1960S DOUBLE-SIDED ILLUMINATED RAILWAY STATION CLOCK A stunning double-sided illuminated railway station clock, crafted by the renowned Great British Clock maker, Gents of Leicester, circa 1960. This iconic timepiece boasts a sleek black-painted steel case that exudes vintage charm and adds a touch of sophistication to any space. This railway station clock was model number C32/261 from Gents and designed for and used by British Rail. The clock has been professionally restored incorporating new LED chip lighting that is controllable remotely via a mobile app or remote control. This makes it easy to set and schedule the lighting to specific times and days if required, new high torque synchronous main movement controls the clock's hands, guaranteed for 12 months. Eco-conscious designers will appreciate the sustainability of this reclaimed station clock, which used low energy LED lighting and clock movements. By choosing a vintage industrial clock...
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1950s Industrial Vintage European Clocks

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Steel

French Capucine Carriage Clock, Pendule de Voyage with Alarm, Circa 1800
Located in Greven, DE
Antique Capucine travel clock France Brass, enamel circa 1800 Dimensions: H x W x D: 29 x 12 x 8 cm Description: Antique travelling clock...
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Early 19th Century Antique European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Clock and candelabra garniture. Paris, France, second half 19th century.
By Raingo Frères
Located in Madrid, ES
Clock and candelabra trim. Blued and gilded bronze, marble. Raingo Frères, Aaria, Clodion. Paris, France, second half of the 19th century. Working. The two candelabras follow a model highly appreciated in the 19th century of a bronze figure of a bacchante (a common figure in the procession of the classical god...
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19th Century Neoclassical Revival Antique European Clocks

Materials

Marble, Bronze, Other

Mocap 'Moonwalk' Illusionistic Wall Clock
Located in Maastricht, NL
Mocap (moonwalk) Illusionistic wall clock Design: JAN PAUL “Time is an illusion” Most wall-clocks have the same basic shape: round. Also the...
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21st Century and Contemporary Post-Modern European Clocks

Materials

Steel

Table clock, Diana. Gilt bronze. France, 19th century.
Located in Madrid, ES
Table clock with Paris machinery, Diana the Huntress. Gilded bronze, metal. France, 19th century. Table clock with Paris machinery and gilt bronze case (probably mercury), composed ...
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19th Century Neoclassical Revival Antique European Clocks

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Bronze, Other

Venini Clessidra Hourglass in Grey Acquamarine Murano Glass
By Fulvio Bianconi, Venini, Paolo Venini
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Clessidra hourglass in amber murano glass by Paolo Venini and Fulvio Bianconi. Little grains of sand, impalpable and unnoticeable as a whole yet so...
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21st Century and Contemporary Modern European Clocks

Materials

Murano Glass

La Manufacture-Paris Real Wall Clock Designed by Michael Young
By Michael Young
Located in New York, NY
Wall Clock — Anodized champagne/black laser cut metal.
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2010s European Clocks

Materials

Metal

Stunning Art Deco Enamel Ceramic Sculpture “Ben Hur Horse Racing Chariot"
Located in Beirut, LB
Art Deco mantel ornament clock. A piece depicting the famous gladiator “Ben Hur” in his horse chariot with two rearing horses and two key bowls. Made in ename...
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Mid-20th Century Art Deco European Clocks

Materials

Ceramic

French Mantel Clock Le Premier Miroit Signed Francois Moreau
Located in Cheshire, GB
French clock mantel (fireplace) clock Le Premier Miroit signed Francois Moreau, the circular Roman numeric shell capped dial, raised above dolphin supports, and fronted by a semi cla...
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Late 19th Century Louis XV Antique European Clocks

Materials

Metal

Georgian Style Musical Clock, Chiming on 8 Bells, 19th Century
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A stunning 19th century Victorian mahogany cased Georgian style clock of compact proportions. The lantern topped case with decorative brass sound frets to the sides backed with red silk, brass vertical inserts to the front pillars and inserts to the top of the front door. The top corners adorned by four brass balls surmounted by a brass carry handle. The base with a brass border and supported on four ogee feet. The face with brass spandrels and a silvered chapter ring with three winding holes to the matted centre and a strike/silent dial to the top. The substantial three train platform escapement movement sounding the quarters on a carillon of eight bells...
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1860s George III Antique European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Clessidra Hourglass in Gray and Red Glass by Venini
By Venini
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Perfectly balanced between two different colours, the sand flows through the sleek glass chambers made using the Incalmo technique, taking on its colour and becoming a part of it. Grains of sand, impalpable and imperceptible as a whole, yet so real, like time passing. Fulvio Bianconi and Paolo Venini sealed it in the Clessidra in 1957 Little grains of sand, impalpable and unnoticeable as a whole yet so real, like time ticking away. Clessidra – designed by Fulvio Bianconi and Paolo Venini in 1957 – evolves in 2015, taking on a more sinuous, feminine appearance. Perfectly balanced between two different colors, sand flows through sleek glass, crafted using the Incalmo technique; as it flows, it gradually colors and becomes an integral part of the glass. Additional Information: Material: Glass, sand Color: Gray/red Dimensions: Ø 15 x H 28 cm Available in other color options: Green river /Powder pink...
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21st Century and Contemporary Modern European Clocks

Materials

Glass

Alfa Romeo Classic Car Radiator Desk Clock, Jaeger, 1920´s. Automobilia
By Jaeger-LeCoultre
Located in Buenos Aires, Olivos
Very nice Jaeger 8 days table clock. This is a Classic car clock, circa 1920s. It is mounted over a Classic Alfa Romeo small radiator. Fantastic piece of A...
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1920s Classical Roman Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass, Enamel

Column Clock by Papier Langackerhäusl
Located in Sammu-shi, Chiba
Column clock W255 D255 H1750 mm Standing tall and confident, our column clock elegantly refines the passing of time. With its clean lines and gently swaying pendulum, it reassures even the most anxious observer, that time will go on. Battery-operated Junghans quartz...
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2010s Modern European Clocks

Materials

Parchment Paper

Cross-Shaped Chest Clock, Silver, 17th Century, it Presents Restorations
Located in Madrid, ES
Cross-shaped chest clock. Silver. 17th century. It presents restorations. Portable clock in the shape of a cross with an openwork exterior showing Christian figurative scenes and the movement inside, a dial with a golden band with Roman numerals for the hours, a single needle and an engraved decoration around it, also with a religious theme; on the back, the back of the movement can be seen, with a delicate decoration, also openwork and based on plant motifs reminiscent of classicism, and a band on the case of the piece with simplified plant elements. Outside, we find ourselves on one side with Christ crucified, flanked by the Virgin Mary and Saint John, and the figures are surrounded by a delicate composition based on vegetable scrolls, with an angel's head at the foot of the piece. The other side shows the Resurrection of Jesus, with Christ emerging from the empty tomb...
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17th Century Baroque Antique European Clocks

Materials

Metal, Silver, Other

French Grande Sonnerie Pendule D'officier Alarm Clock, Le Roi, 18th Century
By Le Roi
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine French ormolu grande sonnerie pendule d'officier with alarm, Le Roi & Fils, late 18th century. The ormolu case profusely decorated with flora...
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Late 18th Century Antique European Clocks

Materials

Ormolu

Jaeger LeCoultre, Atmos Marina Poissons from 1962
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre - Atmos "Poissons Switzerland Brass, plexiglass Year of manufacture 1962 Dimensions: H x W x D: 22.5 x 18 x 13.5 cm Description: The Atmos V Calibre 526 ...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Jaeger LeCoultre, Atmos Clock, Marina "Chinois" from 1965
Located in Greven, DE
Jaeger LeCoultre - Atmos "Chinois Switzerland Brass, plexiglass Year of manufacture 1965 Dimensions: H x W x D: 22.5 x 18 x 13.5 cm Description: The Atmos V calibre 526 h...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage European Clocks

Materials

Brass

Cris G Brass and Walnut Clock
Located in New York, NY
The Cris G is a handmade clock that combines emotive aesthetic with strong impact. The design incorporates contrasting materials, such as brass, walnut ...
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2010s Modern European Clocks

Materials

Brass

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