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1870 Renaissance Victorian mantel clock, E.N. Wel

1870 Renaissance Victorian mantel clock, E.N. Welch, solid walnut, incise and leaf carved reticulated crest, 8 day time/strike movement, sandwich glass pendulum. 23″ tall. refinished. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Renaissance Style Gilt-Bronze Mantel Clock

Renaissance Style Gilt-Bronze Mantel Clock Of architectural form, the rectangular face enclosing a circular dial, mask and foliate decoration, flanked by full columns, domed cover with foliate finial, on bun feet. Height 10 1/4 inches. Condition report Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not […]

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Continental Renaissance Revival Walnut Wall Clock

A Continental Renaissance Revival Carved Walnut Wall Clock , late 19th c., the dial center and pendulum with brass reliefs of a game bird in a tree, striking chime movement, height 37 in., width 14 in., depth 7 1/2 in * NO RETURNS ARE ACCEPTED ON THE BASIS OF CONDITION * PLEASE READ ALL SPECIFICS […]

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1870 Renaissance Victorian mantel clock, E.N. Wel

1870 Renaissance Victorian mantel clock, E.N. Welch, solid walnut, incise carving, triple crest, 8 day time/strike movement. 23″ tall. refinished. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Fine 1880's Renaissance Victorian mantel clock, s

Fine 1880’s Renaissance Victorian mantel clock, solid walnut, “F. Kroeber, New York”, porcelain dial, silvered cylinder pendulum, incised gilt carvings, triple shell carved crest, leaf carved on scroll sides, 24″t 14″w 4 1/2″d. Good original finish/condition, hairline crack on dial. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Renaissance Revival style wooden wall clock

Carved crest with double finials, replaced works with Art Deco silver colored metal face, early 20th century, 9″ x 15″ x 6.5″. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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