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PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK WITH FOUR FIGURINES. CHIP

PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK WITH FOUR FIGURINES. CHIP TO LEAVES. GERMAN, HEIGHT 15 1/4″. CIRCA 1880. Condition report MERCHANDISE IS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION, PLEASE CALL RICHARD OR ROLAND AT 954-457-7777 FOR FURTHUR INFORMATION ON CONDITION IS REQUIRED. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Large Porcelain Matle Clock 262-86

Large Porcelain Matle Clock 262-86. Signed porcelain mantle clock. No glass crystal. Case is in excellent condition. Measures 17 in. wide, 18 in. tall and 5 in. deep. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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PORCELAIN MANTLE CLOCK.

A FRENCH GILT BRONZE AND PORCELAIN MANTEL CLOCK.11 PLAQUES AND CENTER PLAQUE WITH THE 12 CARTOUCHES. MOVEMENT STAMPED A. PARIS 676 6. OVERALL HEIGHT 13″. CIRCA 1880. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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VICTORIAN ANSONIA PORCELAIN TABLE CLOCK| Having t

VICTORIAN ANSONIA PORCELAIN TABLE CLOCK| Having time and strike movement with porcelain dial and Roman numeral markers, contained in Waterbury Clock Company green porcelain case having floral and leaf decoration with gilt highlight, height 11 1/2”, width 9 1/2”, depth 4 1/2”. CONDITION: Gilt shows wear, beveled glass over dial missing. Images Click on thumbnails […]

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American Eight-Day Porcelain Mantel Clock,

American Eight-Day Porcelain Mantel Clock, first quarter 20th century, by the New Haven Clock Company, the soft paste porcelain case in the Louis XV style, the movement strikes on the half hour, h. 16″, w. 7-1/4″, d. 5-1/2″. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Porcelain Paneled French Crystal Regulator

Porcelain Paneled French Crystal Regulator. Squared gilt brass case with beveled glasses; porcelain dial with colorful French shield in the center, black Roman numerals and a scene with two men seated at a table playing dice. The matching porcelain side panels have a French nobleman with a spear on the right and a woman on […]

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