This Clock combines the work of Master Carver, Sven Nilsson Morin (1747-1813), with a beautiful original pale color scheme of coral and blue. The base of the clock is particularly arresting with carvings, which appear to be wings. This clock design was called a “Morin” clock named after its maker. ref. 7-7698 $6,400 79” high
At 80 inches high this charming clock is great for a house with a low ceiling, yet has all the elements one could hope for, lovely carvings, and a classic urn on the top. The face is surrounded by delicate beaded molding, and the traces of white paint are original. ref. 7-7673 $8,500 80" high
This dramatic Swedish Rococo period tall case clock that once stood in a large manor house, has grand proportions, and the beautiful curved shape typical of the Rococo period. It has a number of features that set it apart, including a brass edge framing the glass door, a large brass pendulum, and the original painted
This charming Rococo period clock in the original grey paint surface is meant to have only one hand and marks each quarter hour. The handsome metal face has beautifully painted roman numerals and a brass ring around the edge. The works have been modified and changed to battery power. ref. 7-6474 $5,200 23” high 14”
This Swedish tall case clock in the traditional Mora style, has an interesting movement, which includes a barely ever seen subsidiary seconds dial, as well as an alarm feature. The face is signed by the maker, N. Lundgren. The pale grey/green paint surface is original. It has been serviced & is in fine working order.
This Swedish Bridal clock has elaborate carved floral decoration on the bonnet and retains traces of the original white paint. The works have been serviced and it is in working order. It dates to 1820. ref. 7-7258 $11,000 7'4" high 23" wide 7" deep