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Aesthetic Ebonized Shelf Clock, with brass thirt

Aesthetic Ebonized Shelf Clock, with brass thirty-hour alarm movement. Condition report Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not […]

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AESTHETIC BRASS PRES'N CARRIAGE CLOCK

AESTHETIC BRASS PRESENTATION HOUR REPEATED CARRIAGE CLOCK WITH ALARM, SIGNED J.E. CALDWELL, PHILADELPHIA, PRESENTED TO MAUD HEATON 1887. HEIGHT 7 1/2″ Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Aesthetic Movement mantel clock probably

Aesthetic Movement mantel clock probably designed by Lewis Day for Howell and James in the Queen Anne style, ca. 1880, with an ebonized case with turned columns and gilded etched details, its porcelain face painted with a stylized sunflower in blue and indigo. Wear to molding corners, burn mark to side of top. Face painted […]

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French Aesthetic Shelf Clock

An Antique French Aesthetic Platinum-Ground and Polychrome Enameled Porcelain and Gilt Metal Shelf Clock, c. 1880, in the Japanesque taste, movement marked “R&C/ Paris & London” and “Japy Freres”, the metal case fitted with porcelain panels, each painted with genre scenes, height 12 1/4 in., width 6 in., depth 4 1/2 in * NO RETURNS […]

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American black aesthetic movement mantel clock

19th C. American black aesthetic movement mantel clock 14 1/2″h x 16″w x 4 1/2″d Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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AESTHETIC CARVED WALNUT SHELF CLOCK

AESTHETIC CARVED WALNUT SHELF CLOCK, SIGNED INGRAHAM 19TH CENTURY. HEIGHT 21″ **DUE TO THE SIZE AND OR FRAGILITY OF THIS LOT, STANDARD IN-HOUSE SHIPPING IS NOT AVAILABLE. CONTACT THE GALLERY FOR A LIST OF TRUCKING COMPANIES** Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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