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Prunkpendule, Meissen, Schwertermarke, Mitte 19. Jh., 1. Wahl, Modellnummer 1047, Zeus mit Adler sowie Kronos von Hephaistos an einen Felsen geschlagen, geschweiftes Gehäuse von plastischen Blüten umspielt, rocaillierter Sockel, polychrom und goldstaffiert, guillochiertes Zifferblatt und Werkplatine bezeichnet Ogston & Bell, auf Platine zusätzliche Angabe Davies Street Berkeley, 72 cm hoch

Mantel clock Clockmaker: workshop of Julien Le Roy (Tours 1686–1759 Paris, master clockmaker 1713–59) Maker: Case maker: Joseph Baumhauer (French, active ca. 1749–72) Modeler: Bronze figure from a model by Laurent Guiard (1723–1788) Date: ca. 1757–60 Culture: French, Paris Medium: Case of gilded and patinated bronze on a base of oak veneered with ebony; dial of white enamel; movement of brass and steel Dimensions: H. 19 x W. 27-1/2 x D. 11 in. (48.3 x 69.9 x 27.9 cm)

MANTEL CLOCK "A L'ELEPHANT", Louis XV, the dial and movement signed ETIENNE LE NOIR A PARIS, the bronzes from a Paris master workshop, circa 1750.

Even Stephen Hawking wanted a Time Piece that eventuated the Garden Clock of Eden. Smart People secretly can't help themselves.

Prächtige Pendule, Paris um 1880 - 1900 Bronze vergoldet, auf Zifferblatt bez.: Hry Marc à Paris,

Congreve clock Schlottheim, Hans (1547-1625) | Watchmaker probably Augsburg, in 1600. Silver, of brass, iron, steel, wood, leather, rock crystal, cold paint, gut.

Stele "Stern" aus Massivholz

.no instructions, but looks like this would be a great project. Paint clock on inside of glass, hands through back with small battery powered motor for hands. Collage of children, wedding momentos etc

Miniature secretary incorporating a watch, ca. 1766–72 Signed by James Cox (English, ca. 1723–1800) Case: agate, with gold mounts, gilded brass, pearls, and paste jewels set in silver; dial: white enamel