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Comment by House of Charm Antiques Southinc on May 14, 2015 at 4:52pm

It's astonishing how this quality and taste has become passe' almost worldwide.

Comment by elena davidovska on May 14, 2015 at 3:35pm

The clock and two candelabras were made from beautifully crafted heavy quality bronze, beautifully decorated with many flowery patters and branch like forms and beautiful figurines all adding up to that Louis XVI style.

The dial has parts that were made from enamel cartouches, surrounded by gilted bronze, and the details of the item overall are mesmerizing. All the flowery patterns are beautifully crafted, and  the animal (lion) legs are magnificent. The clock has its key and pendulum, so it is complete.  You will have a perfect quality clock!

The pedestal on which this beautiful clock rests is rather sophisticated as well. We find that the Louis XVI style is very curvy and beautifully artistic, and for that to be accompanied by the stark rectangular strong forms of the pedestal on which it all rests creates a very strong image and work of true art.

It chimes beautifully every half and full hour. It has been checked and cleaned by a professional clockmaker. It works perfectly fine. 

This 100% authentic and complete set would suit in any kind of room. It is very sophisticated, very useful in practise, and will always be worth its money. It was made in a very heavy quality.


The movement of this clock has two stamps;

•Japy freres.' It further says:  1855 Medaille 1844-1849.

•J. Lefebvre Fils Paris

Price: 6400 dollars

Contact: z.davidovska@hotmail.com

Comment by elena davidovska on April 4, 2015 at 3:34pm

Beautifully decorated French table clock created in the 1855

~ Fully checked by your clockmaker! Works perfectly, chimes every half and whole hour! Made in 1860. ~

The movement of the clock has a beautiful stamp from Japy Freres en cie. It further says: Gde med. D’honneur 1855. It chimes beautifully every half and full hour. It has been checked and cleaned by a professional clockmaker. It is complete (it has its key and pendulum).

Please take a look at the movie below to see the clock running.

This is a beautiful antique French pendulum. It is very typical for the 19th century, or to be more specific, for the Louis XVI period and style that this work of art was made in. It has been fully checked and oiled by a professional clockmaker, and works perfectly.

The movement was placed in the frame's midst, meaning that it is surrounded by some of the most beautifully gilted forms ever.

The measurements of this clock are about:

CM: 49 high x 40 width.
iNCH: 19 high x 16 width
On top of the clock we see two beautifully crafted putties. One is holding grapes and a tambourine in his hand and the other holds an urn . The clock was recently regilted. We see beautiful fruit trees with a lot of fruits at each side of the clock.

The dial was made from French Sevre porcelain, and the details of the item overall are mesmerizing. The clock is beautiful decorated with different pieces of French Sevre porcelain in nice quality.

The porcelain is very fine painted with beautiful hand painted images of French gardens of the 19th century.

The clock is in very high quality, it is unique and it is the opportunity to have an unique antique piece of antique in your house.

The clock has an old small restoration at the lower part of one of the trees. Please take a look at the photos, it is not clearly visible.

contact me for more info on: z.davidovska@hotmail.com

Comment by Luv2Sell on June 28, 2014 at 4:25pm

Clearing out a big mixed lot of RARE Clock Parts

1845 Raingo Freres Paris

Tiffany & Company, New York


Deniker, 8 day Jeweled

Hamburg American (crossed arrows)

++PLUS, Additional clock parts that are unknown to me. (See photos.)

Antique, Vintage, Old Mixed Lot.

This is a unique opportunity to grab many old, heavy brass, beveled glass, and mechanical clock parts, faces, bevels, and internal mechanisms that are hard to find.  Send me a note if you're interested.  I also have some more old clocks available too. 

Comment by House of Charm Antiques Southinc on June 4, 2014 at 9:50am

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Comment by vicki hufstetler on May 14, 2014 at 10:29pm

That is just beautiful Jeremy!

You sound very knowledgeable concerning these amazing clocks!

You may wish to join our "Whadjafind" group. We often get questions from folks concerning old clocks, and I'm sure you would be a wonderful addition to us "helpers" :)

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Comment by Jeremy Woodoff on May 14, 2014 at 10:26pm

OK. Here is my latest clock acquisition. It is a Dutch staart-schippertje clock, essentially a miniature staartklok. It is in a carved oak case with the year 1802 carved into the backboard. If it is authentic, which I think it is, that makes this a very early example of this type of clock. These clocks, along with the slightly earlier stoel-schippertjes, have short pendulums and verge and crown wheel escapements and were designed to be used in barges on inland waterways, where the rocking of the boat wouldn't affect the escapement. The finials and weights were missing. I just had the finials hand turned and the three weights are new. The large weight runs the time and strike on an endless chain, and the smaller weights are for the alarm and its counterweight.

Comment by Jeremy Woodoff on May 14, 2014 at 11:36am

I visit the site whenever I get a notice that someone has posted here.

Comment by lundy'antiques/collectables on April 3, 2014 at 6:42pm

whaltham 8 day 4 sale any idea on the value ty


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