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AN ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY MAJOLICA FIGURAL MANTEL C

AN ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY MAJOLICA FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK, the figural elephant in elaborate parade dress supporting the wind-up clock, marked by the maker, Ansonia Clock Company, New York, United States of America. 11 in. ht. Condition report 718: Mild crazing throughout. Upper rear left corner repaired. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Ansonia Clock Co. Rococo Revival Gilt Metal Mantel

Ansonia Clock Co. Rococo Revival Gilt Metal Mantel Clock, late 19th/early 20th century, the rocaille gorge case with glass to four sides, ht. 12 in. 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 […]

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Ansonia Clock Crystal regulator #3 Mercury pendulum ope

Ansonia Clock Crystal regulator #3 Mercury pendulum open escapement front- Thank you for viewing this Item. We hope that you are successful in your bidding. For over 30 years we have given the best possible customer service to our 1000’s of repeat buyers. Ansonia Clock Crystal regulator #3 Mercury pendulum open escapement front GovernmentAuction.com is […]

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VICTORIAN ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY PORCELAIN MANTEL

VICTORIAN ANSONIA CLOCK COMPANY PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK| Having time and strike movement with paper dial and Roman numeral markers, contained Towanda pale green porcelain case having handpainted floral and leaf decoration with dark green and gilt highlight, height 10 3/4”, width 9”, depth 4 1/2”. CONDITION: Highlight shows slight wear, case has overall crazing. Images […]

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Histories of The Ansonia Clock Company

Ansonia Clock

Anson G. Phelps, a wealthy Connecticut importer of tin, brass, and copper, founded the Ansonia Clock Company in 1850, six years after he built a copper rolling mill near Derby, Connecticut. Phelps started the business with $100,000. He and his associates, Eli Terry and Franklin C. Andrews, advertised their firm in the Connecticut Business Directory […]

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