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  • Edwardian Mahogany Grandmother Clock
    A stunning antique Edwardian mahogany eight day quarter chiming miniature longcase clock. The solid mahogany case has a swan neck pediment and delicate boxwood inlay decorations. Brass dial with mask and foliate spandrels to the engraved and silvered chapter ring, time regulation below convex cartouche inscribed 'Tempus Fugit' (latin for Time Flies). Triple barrels movement striking the quarters on a nest of blued steel gongs and the hours on further gong. Shipping is free within UK. We provide a full guarantee for one year; in the unlikely event your clock stops working we will take it back and repair it at no additional cost.
    Made in:
     England
    Materials:
     Mahogany and Brass
    Age:
     Circa 1910
    Condition:
    Excellent condition with a lovely rich colour to the mahogany. Some age related fading and minor marks consistent with age and use. The dial is bright and clean with only very minor marks. Movement runs well with a rich tone to the chimes.
    Dimensions:
     Height: 60 inches (152cm)
     Width: 14.25 inches (36cm)
     Depth: 8.5 inches (21.5cm)
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  • A French striking and repeating carriage clock The fully engraved and gilded corniche case with repeat button to top Twin barrels movement striking and repeating the hours on a blued steel gong Original silvered platform escapement Fully overhauled and one year guarantee Price: £3,600
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  • Antique French Miniature Timepiece Carriage Clock with Original Travel Case Antique French Miniature Timepiece Carriage Clock with Original Travel Case
    French Miniature Timepiece Carriage Clock with Original Travel Case. This is a very attractive miniature carriage clock in a beautifully executed Anglais Riche case with rounded columns, ripple mouldings, square glazed viewing aperture and hinged Greek key handle to the top. Having the original travelling case is a great bonus, the original leather bound travel case was used to protect the clock while travelling.  The clock has a single going barrel movement with silvered cylinder escapement, a silvered mask to the white enamel Roman dial with outer Arabic minute track as well as blued steel hands. The movement is finely crafted, with precision gears and mechanisms that ensure accurate timekeeping. This clock was made during the peak of the carriage clock's popularity in France, and it reflects the meticulous craftsmanship and intricate design that characterised the era.
    Made in:
    France
    Materials:
    Gilt brass, glass and leather case
    Age:
    Circa 1880
    Condition:
    The case is bright and clean and with a rich colour to the gilding. There are the usual minor marks and light surface scratches but nothing of any consequence. The dial enamel is bright and clean as is the silvered mask. There are no damages to the dial. The movement is bright and clean. It has been fully cleaned and overhauled and is running well and keeping good time. This case is in good general condition but, as with most of these, there are the usual scuffs, marks, wear and tear that they can be subject to.
    Dimensions:
     Height: 3.5 inches (9cm) - handle down
     Width: 2.8 inches (5cm)
     Depth: 1.8 inches (4.8cm)
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  • Mahogany Single Fusee 10 George M Hammer Dial Clock Mahogany Single Fusee 10 George M Hammer Dial Clock
    A beautifully crafted antique mahogany eight day single fusee timepiece 10” dial clock made by George M Hammer and Co., The Strand, London. This clock is designed to run for eight days on a single winding of the mainspring. The clock features a single fusee mechanism, a type of gearing system that helps regulate the speed at which the clock runs. George M Hammer and Co. was a well regarded clockmaker based in The Strand, London during the 19th century and their clocks are still prized by collectors today. The case is solid mahogany with a dovetailed back box with lower and side access doors, glazed and hinged brass bezel with inner silvered sight ring. The stunning 10” diameter painted Roman dial is signed ‘Geo. M. Hammer & Co., School Furnishers, 370 Strand, London, W.C.' This clock boasts substantial plates to a single line fusee movement with anchor escapement and a heavy lead filled brass pendulum, with blued steel hands. 'Blued steel hands' refers to the hands on a clock that have been treated with heat to achieve a blue colour. As well as being aesthetically pleasing, this also reduces glare and makes it easier to read the time in varying lighting conditions. Blued steel hands are often considered a mark of quality and craftsmanship in the clockmaking industry. This clock is a true work of art, combining beauty and function in a way that is both timeless and enduring. It is testament to the enduring appeal of fine craftsmanship and classic design, and is sure to be a cherished and treasured possession for generations to come.
    Made in:
    Britain
    Materials:
    Mahogany, enamel, brass and glass
    Age:
    Circa 1890
    Condition:
    The movement has been fully stripped down, cleaned and overhauled in our workshop and is keeping good time. There are the usual minor marks and light surface blemishes that one would expect from a working clock of this period, however, there is no significant damages or repairs. There is the old and expecting fine cracking where the back box case joints have moved over the century. These are a good sign that the clock is in very original condition.
    Dimensions:
     Height: 10.75 inches (27cm)
     Width: 10.75 inches (27cm)
     Depth: 6 inches (15cm)
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  • Art Deco Jaeger LeCoultre Gilt Brass and Black Glass Eight Day Mantel Clock Art Deco Jaeger LeCoultre Gilt Brass and Black Glass Eight Day Mantel Clock
    A stylish and unusual Art Deco Jaeger LeCoultre gilt brass and black glass eight day mantel clock. Presented by Societe Maritime J. Pequin in 1952. The clock has a circular gilded case with an opaque black glass dial showing 12 and 24 hours and signed 'Jaeger'. The arrow hands are gilt brass. With a rear wound and set movement, this clock is raised on a turned base with rear presentation engraving. This beautiful clock in Art Deco style would look wonderful in any setting and is designed for a desk, table or mantelpiece.
    Made in:
    Switzerland
    Materials:
    Gilt brass and blackened glass
    Age:
    1952
    Condition:
    The movement has been fully stripped down, cleaned and overhauled in our workshop. In very good condition with only minor marks and surface scratches. Some minor rubbing to the rear paint Jaeger signature
    Dimensions:
     Height: 5 inches (13cm)
     Width: 4.75 inches (12cm)
     Depth: 2.25 inches (6cm)
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  • French empire ormulu clock French Empire ormolu striking mantel clock
    An elegant French Empire ormolu eight day striking figural mantel clock Meunier, Juene. Circa 1820 The case is surmounted by a seated lady reading a book The white enamel dial is signed 'Meunier Juene' The clock has twin barrels movement with anchor escapement and countwheel strike on bell 15 inches (38 cm) high 8 inches (20cm) wide Fully overhauled, one year guarantee
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  • French Empire Ormolu and Marble Striking Mantel Clock French Empire Ormolu and Marble Striking Mantel Clock
    Antique French Empire Striking Ormolu Mantel Clock Circa 1820 A fascinating clock in the form of a library bookcase, with two children sitting at each side. Raised on a plinth on ormolu feet, the Roman dial is cast ormolu with blued steel Breguet hands. The clock has a twin barrels movement with silk suspensions anchor escapement, striking the hours and half hours on a bell. Fully overhauled. The clock is guaranteed for one year.
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  • French Empire Striking Mantel Clock French Empire Striking Ormolu Mantel Clock
    This handsome French Empire style striking mantel clock is ormolu mounted with enamel dial.  It strikes hours and half hours on a bell and runs for 8 days. The mahogany has a wonderful warm colour and figuring to the vaneers. Circa 1880, it was created in the original Empire style.  The fascination in Egyptology accounts for the bronze sphinx. The inclusion of sphinxes on furniture throughout the 1800's were popular with the French gentry as they celebrated Napoleon’s conquest of Egypt. Exceptional condition, fully overhauled with one year guarantee.
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  • Antique French enamel eight day striking and repeating carriage clock Antique French enamel eight day striking and repeating carriage clock
    A beautiful antique French brass and champlevé enamel-mounted eight day striking and repeating carriage clock, with a beautiful swan cast handle. The carriage clock has a stylish and unique Arabic dial with radial engine turned centre and exquisite blued steel hands. The clock was originally retailed by Sharman and Neill Ltd, Jewellers and Diamond Merchants based on Royal Avenue, Belfast. This inscription is on the dial. Fully overhauled and one year guarantee.
    Made in:
     France
    Materials:
     Gilt brass, enamel and glass
    Age:
     Circa 1910
    Condition:
    Excellent condition, minor tarnishing to the original dial. The movement has been fully overhauled.
    Dimensions:
     Height: 7 1/2 inches (19cm) - Handle Down
     Width: 4 inches (10cm)
     Depth: 3 1/2 inches (9cm)
     
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  • French Bronze and Marble Eiffel Tower Mantel clock French Bronze and Marble Eiffel Tower Mantel clock
    A magnificent French antique clock in the style of The Eiffel Tower. It was produced in the late 19th Century as a souvenir to celebrate the building of this iconic French landmark. The clock is in a bronze case on a rouge griotte marble base, raised on triangular moulded gilt brass feet. It has a white enamel dial with pierced gilt brass hands and a single barrel movement with anchor escapement. The clock has been fully overhauled and restored. Shipping is free within UK. We provide a full guarantee for one year; in the unlikely event your clock stops working we will take it back and repair it at no additional cost. Full details as follows:
    Made in:
    France
    Materials:
    Gilt bronze and marble; white enamel dial.
    Age:
    Circa 1880
    Condition:
    Excellent. Light tarnishing and fine surface scratches to the case. Dial bright and clean with minor chips around the winding hole. Fully overhauled.
    Dimensions:
    Height: 26 inches (66 cm)
    Width: 12 1⁄2 inches (32 cm)
    Depth: 12 1⁄2 inches (32 cm)
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  • French Miniature Carriage Clock With Champleve Enamel Panels French Miniature Carriage Clock With Champleve Enamel Panels
    A stunning miniature eight day timepiece carriage clock with highly attractive and finely executed Champlevé enamel panels. The colour combination including rich yellow, greens and blues is quite unusual and seldom seen. The richly gilded miniature Corniche case has delicate floral Champlevé enamel panels of yellows, greens and cornflower blue, with a rectangular glazed viewing aperture and hinged carrying handle to the top. This beautiful clock has a Champlevé Arabic dial with fine spade gilt hands and a single going barrel movement with original silvered platform escapement. This is a magnificent example of the artistry and skill of French clockmaking during the late 19th century. Its small size, intricate design, and high-quality materials make it a prized possession for any clock collector or lover of fine art.
    Made in:
    France
    Materials:
    Gilt brass and enamel
    Age:
    Circa 1880
    Condition:
    The case has a good rich colour to the gilding and the panels are complete without damage. The dial is very attractive and compliments the panels. It is in excellent condition and without damage. The movement has been fully cleaned and overhauled. It is running well and keeping good time. Miniature carriage clocks are not the best timekeepers due to their miniature size. This example will keep within 5 minutes per week which is perfectly acceptable for a clock that is 140 yers old.
    Dimensions:
     Height: 3.5 inches (8.5cm) - handle down
     Width: 3 inches (8cm)
     Depth: 1.75 inches (4.5cm)
     
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  • French Miniature Champleve Enamel Timepiece Mantel Clock French Miniature Champleve Enamel Timepiece Mantel Clock
    A beautifully intricate French Miniature Champlevé Enamel Timepiece Mantel Clock. In Louis XVI Rococo style, it was made in the late 19th Century.  The Louis XVI style remained popular with the French and it was revived many times over the generations. Good condition, fully overhauled with one year guarantee.
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  • A George III brass mounted mahogany triple fusee striking and quarter chiming bracket clock. Thomas Wagstaff, London  Circa 1760 A handsome quarter chiming clock of slightly smaller proportions. Wagstaff is an interesting maker and the use of choice veneers and fine workmanship shows his care and attention to detail.    
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  • Imhof-Gold-Dice-Motif-Desk-Eight-Day-Swiss-Alarm-Clock
    A fun and stylish Imhof Swiss gilt desk clock with alarm, in the shape of a dice. The solid cast brass case in the form of a dice with inset silvered dial with dot and engraved baton hour markers and gilt hands. The clock has an eight day going barrel movement with a Swiss jewelled movement. It has gone through a full overhaul in our workshop. Produced by Arthur IMHOF SA in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland - a brand renowned for making elegant desk and table clocks during the mid-20th century - the dice motif desk clock is a sought-after classic.
    Maker:
     Imhof
    Made in:
     Switzerland
    Materials:
     Gilt bronze
    Age:
     Circa 1960
    Condition:
    Excellent condition with only minor marks and light surface scratches. A small dent to the upper rear and front corners however, this is quite small and does not detract from the overall look of the clock. General marks and some tarnishing to the rear cover and bottom of the foot. The glass is clean and bright with no major flaws. There is a slight rub to the edge at the III position. The dial is in excellent condition with no damage or marks. The movement has been fully and is running and keeping good time
    Dimensions:
     Height: 3.5 inches (9cm)
     Width: 3.5 inches (9cm)
     Depth: 3 inches (8cm)
     
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  • Imhof Mid Century Gilt Desk Clock and Weather Compendium Imhof Mid Century Gilt Desk Clock and Weather Compendium
    A Mid Century Gilt Desk Clock and Weather Compendium by Imhof. A stunning vintage timepiece that captures the elegance and style of Mid Century design, this clock and weather instrument set was produced by the Swiss manufacturer Imhof during the 1960s. It is made of brass with a gilt finish, giving it a luxurious and elegant appearance. The cube case rotates on a raised circular plinth, with sides inset with champagne coloured plates for Thermometer, Hygrometer, Barometer and a conforming champagne dial for the clock.  Rear wound and set jewelled eight day going barrel movement with Swiss lever escapement, this is an incredibly elegant clock and weather compendium that is far more stylish than any weather app can be. This clock and weather instrument set makes a beautiful addition to any vintage or retro-inspired interior, adding a touch of classic sophistication and charm. It is a rare and unique timepiece that is sure to impress and delight collectors and enthusiasts alike.
    Made in:
    Switzerland
    Materials:
    Gilt brass
    Age:
    Circa 1960
    Condition:
    Excellent condition, especially considering that it is six decades old. The original gilding is bright and clean and has a good rich colour. There are the usual minor marks, light surface scratches and light rubbing and tarnishing that one would expect. However, there are no major damages or blemishes. The dials are all clear and complete and there are no losses or damages to the glasses. The clock movement has been fully cleaned and serviced and is keeping good time.  We guarantee all of our clocks and watches for one year.
    Dimensions:
     Height: 5 inches (13cm)
     Width: 3 inches (7.5cm)
     Depth: 3 inches (7.5cm)
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  • Imhof Mid-Century Swiss Desk Clock Imhof Mid-Century Swiss Desk Clock
    A glazed and gilt-brass eight day desk clock Imhof. Circa 1960 The circular glazed frame raised on turned plinth, applied shortened baton hour markers, silvered centre, signed 'Imhof' above Eight day single barrel movement with fully jeweled Swiss lever escapement 7. 1/4 in. (18.5 cm.) wide 6. 1/2 in. (16.5 cm. cm.) wide Excellent condition, fully overhauled and guaranteed one year  
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  • Midcentury LeCoultre Gold Atmos Clock Atmos Mid Century Jaeger LeCoultre
    THIS PARTICULAR ITEM IS SOLD BUT  WE HAVE OTHER SIMILAR ATMOS CLOCKS FOR SALE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE EMAIL US A stunning MidCentury Jaeger LeCoultre gilt brass Atmos clock with circular dial and Arabic numerals. The ring-shaped balance appears to float in the air. The clock is silent and never needs winding. This classic clock in its gilded cabinet is a genuine icon of style. Circa 1970 Good condition. Fully overhauled and one year guarantee.

    The Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos Clock

    The Atmos clock was created by Jaeger LeCoultre watchmakers in 1928 and still surprises people today because of its inventiveness. The Atmos is a clock that has no external power source and never needs to be wound by hand.  It isn’t powered by a suspended weight, as most pendulum clocks are, so for those who like clocks which don’t tick or make any noise this is a perfect choice. The Atmos clock gets its power from minute changes in atmospheric temperature, hence its name.  Within a sealed capsule, a mixture of gases expand and contract with each temperature change. This is how the mechanism winds naturally without any human intervention. With it’s glass case, the Atmos clock’s unique design allows the owner to see the complexity of the machinery from all angles. Perhaps due to its ingenuity and stunning design as well as it not needing to be wound, Jaeger LeCoultre are proud that the Atmos clock has been the official gift of the Swiss Confederation for years to Presidents, Prime Ministers, world-renowned artists, and even Popes.
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  • Jaeger LeCoultre Mid Century Sun Desk Clock Jaeger LeCoultre Mid Century Sun Desk Clock
    A stunning Jaeger LeCoultre 8 day circular desk clock from the Mid Century era with a sun-shaped dial. The sun motif was prolific in the Art Deco era and was used as a symbol to cheer people up following the First World War and the Great Depression. Art Deco motifs made a resurgence in the 1960's and the sun shaped dial on this clock reflects this new found popularity in Art Deco symbols. The front and rear glasses are convex and shaped like a lens. The clock face can be angled up or down. If the clock is placed on a desk, it can be angled up to face you, or down if you prefer that position. Shipping is free within UK. We provide a full guarantee for one year; in the unlikely event your clock stops working we will take it back and repair it at no additional cost.
    Maker:
     Jaeger LeCoultre
    Made in:
     Switzerland
    Materials:
     Gilt brass and glass
    Age:
     Circa 1960
    Condition:
    Good general condition. Gilding complete with minor tarnishing to the feet. A small shallow chip to the original rear glass. Fully overhauled.
    Dimensions:
     Height: 8 3/4 inches (22cm)
     Width: 8 1⁄3 inches (21cm)
     Depth: 2 inches (5cm)
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  • A beautiful and functional Mid Century Leather Folding Eight Day Travel Clock by Jaeger LeCoultre, Model Number 1362. With a Jewelled eight day going barrel movement with fully jewelled Swiss lever escapement, this is a very stylish and usable clock. It is in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition. Although originally conceived as a travel or bedside table clock it would make a perfect desk clock for the office. The clock is housed in a stylish deep green leather case, which provides protection for the clock while on the go. The case is made of high-quality leather with a smooth and polished finish that adds to the overall elegance of the clock. The cast has an extending nickel winding and setting crown to the top and is stamped ‘1362’, ‘Made in France, Patent Applied For’. The clock unfolds, forming the rear support and revealing a chrome surround to the rectangular Arabic dial inscribed ‘Eight Days, Swiss Made’. The chapters and blued steel hands were formerly luminescent. The case itself is designed to be compact and easy to carry, with a folding design that allows it to be easily packed away in a suitcase or travel bag. The case is held closed with a small metal latch, which keeps the clock securely in place while in transit.
    Made in:
    France (case) and Switzerland (clock)
    Materials:
    Leather, Nickel, Glass
    Age:
    Circa 1930
    Condition:
    The leather case is in excellent condition with a deep rich colour to the leather. There are only minor marks and surface scratches. There is a small tear/scuffed area to the lower rear edge. This is not large or noticeable as it sits behind the case when it is in its open position. The winding crown works smoothly and winds and sets the time as it should. The chrome frame to the dial is in good condition without any major defects or rubbing. The dial is in excellent and very original condition. The chapters are clean and well defined. The chapters have old luminescent paint as do the hands but, due to the age, this no longer lights up in the dark. The movement is beautifully made and in good condition. It has been fully cleaned and overhauled and is running well and keeps good time.
    Dimensions:
    Length (folded): 4 inches (10cm); Length (unfolded): 3.5 inches (9cm)
    Width (folded): 2.5 inches (6cm); Width (unfolded): 2.5 inches (6cm)
    Depth (folded): .75 inches (2cm); Depth (unfolded): 3.75 inches (9.5cm)
     
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  • Jaeger LeCoultre Rectangular Desk Clock Jaeger LeCoultre Rectangular Desk Clock2
    A gilt-brass and Lucite eight day desk clock Jaeger LeCoultre Model 428. Circa 1960 The rectangular frame with gilt and black baton hour markers, gilt spun centre signed 'Jaeger LeCoultre/8/Swiss Eight day single barrel movement with fully jeweled Swiss lever escapement 8. 1/2 in. (21.5 cm.) wide 6. 3/8 in. (16 cm.) high Excellent condition, fully overhauled and guaranteed one year.  
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  • A Swiss gilt-brass eight day timepiece desk clock Made by LeCoultre. Model No. 465. Circa 1960 An elegant square brushed angled case with engraved square pattern. Applied brushed chapter ring with engraved hour markers, date aperture at VI, gilt dauphine hands 8 day movement, 17 jewels, Swiss lever escapement to monometallic balance Case, dial and movement signed Dimensions: Width: 4 ½” (11.5 cm) Square Depth: 1 ½” (4 cm) Good condition, fully overhauled and guaranteed one year  
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  • swiss gilt desk clock swiss gilt desk clock
    * This clock is sold but we have similar models available *  A beautiful Swiss gilt-brass eight day timepiece desk clock Made by Jaeger-LeCoultre. Model No. 383. Circa 1960 Polished glazed bezel to brushed angled case Silvered dial with applied gilt hour markers, date aperture at III, gilt hands 8 day movement, 17 jewels, Swiss lever escapement to monometallic balance Case, dial and movement signed Good condition, fully overhauled and guaranteed one year  
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  • Kienzle Mid Century World Clock Keinzle Mid Century World Clock
    An impressive Mid Century mantel or table clock by Kienzle, Germany. The face depicts the countries of the world, and an adjustable dial means that the time can be linked to different time zones. This clock has been fully overhauled and restored. Shipping is free within UK. We provide a full guarantee for one year; in the unlikely event your clock stops working we will take it back and repair it at no additional cost. Full details are below:
    Maker:
    Kienzle
    Model:
    First Generation Kienzle World Clock
    Made in:
    Germany
    Materials:
    Gilt Brass
    Age:
    Circa 1950
    Condition:
    Excellent condition.
    Dimensions:
    Height: 11 1⁄2 inches (29.5cm)
    Width: 10 inches (25.5cm)
    Depth: 3 inches (7.5cm)
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  • Mid Century Luxor Desk Clock and Weather Compendium Mid Century Luxor Desk Clock and Weather Compendium
    A beautifully designed Mid Century Gilt Desk Clock and Weather Compendium by Luxor. The compendium has an electro-mechanical movement powered by an AA battery. The hexagonal case rotates and tilts on a raised circular plinth, with sides alternatively inset with deep blue faux leather and plates for Thermometer, Hygrometer and Barometer, the top inset with a large silvered Arabic dial signed ‘Luxor’ and gilt dauphine hands. This is a very stylish vintage desk clock and weather compendium that is far more elegant than any weather app could be. In addition to telling time, this clock also includes instruments for measuring the temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure.
    The Mid Century Luxor Gilt Desk Clock and Weather Compendium is a highly collectible vintage timepiece that is sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. It is a beautiful and functional piece of Mid Century design that would make a stylish addition to any home or office.
    Made in:
    Switzerland
    Materials:
    Gilt brass, blue leather, enamel
    Age:
    Circa 1970

    Condition:

    The clock is in fantastic and original condition with a bright and clean colour to the gilding. There are very minor marks and light surface scratches expected from a clock of this age. The dials are all clean and well defined. There is a very fine and short hairline crack to the centre of the barometer glass, however this is very fine and does not detract from the appearance of the clock. The movement has been cleaned and serviced and is running well and keeping good time. We offer a one year guarantee with all our clocks and watches.
    Dimensions:
     Height: 5 inches (12.5cm)
     Width: 5 inches (12.5cm)
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