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FRENCH GILT/POLYCHROMED PORCELAIN/BRONZE CLOCK

FRENCH GILT/POLYCHROMED PORCELAIN INSET BRONZE FIGURAL SHELF CLOCK, 19TH CENTURY. HEIGHT 18″; WIDTH 12″ (TARNISH/CRACK TO RIGHT SIDE OF CASE; NO KEY OR PENDULUM) Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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A KARL ENS VOLKSTEDT FIGURAL PORCELAIN CLOCK

A KARL ENS VOLKSTEDT FIGURAL PORCELAIN CLOCK circa 1900. Depicting an allegorical scene of a woman and putto. Loss to one figure. Height 16 inches. Estimate $200-$300 Condition report All lots are sold AS IS and there will be NO RETURNS BASED ON CONDITION. The printed conditions in the catalog entry are OPINION ONLY and […]

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Antique French bronze & porcelain mantle clock wi

Antique French bronze & porcelain mantle clock with tire & strike movement, conditon; very good Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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ANTIQUE FRENCH MORBIER CLOCK PORCELAIN DIAL

French brass morbier clock, c. 1880, finely decorated in relief with an allegory of Autumn, grapes and a sickle and wheat sheath shown on the pendulum, some polychrome decoration, porcelain dial with roman numerals, dial marked: below 12 “Qte Supeieure (superior quality), “Pichard fils” and below center “a Villedieu” (southern France) ,double weight, winding key, […]

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DRESDEN SAXONIAN PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK H 25"

DRESDEN SAXONIAN PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK, CARL THIEME, DRESDEN, EARLY 20TH C., H 25″, W 10″:Raised on 3 curved feet; surmounted by 4 figures in full-relief, which 1 is depicted playing a flute, 2 singing, and 1 conductor; enamel face with black Roman numerals; clock case is surmounted by flowers in full-relief; and the overall case […]

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German Meissen porcelain mantle clock having two s

German Meissen porcelain mantle clock having two seated cherubs at base with floral and scroll decorations surrounding enameled dial and seated cherub surmount holding basket of flowers, c.1880, 8″ wide, 3-5/8″ deep, 9-7/8″ high Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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