This unusual Swedish tall case clock, with inspiration from the antique Empire Period, imitates a Doric style fluted column, composed of a half-cylindrical body placed on a square base. This type of clock was often painted white with gilt embellishments, as in this example with the vertical gilt carvings. The movement chimes the hour, and
This charming clock must have been a custom order for a special person, with a specific design and size in mind. Every element is totally unique, from the winding key that also locks the door, to the fanciful crown surrounded by two gilded finials. The original blue paint, and roman numerals, with the date: MDCCCLXIII
This dramatic clock, in a fantastic shade of original blue, is adorned at the top with a fan. The movement was made by A.P. Ryberg in Loushult, a small village in Skåne, located in the south of Sweden. A.P. Rydberg was an important clockmaker, and the high quality movement is stamped with his initials, numbered,
This Swedish Mora clock is typical of the rococo style with an elaborate crown in the form of a shell surrounded by other decorative details. The face of the clock is signed by Anders Anderson, one of the most highly respected clockmakers at the time. The neutral creamy beige paint can fit easily into many
This special Mora clock has an elegant proportion with a slightly exaggerated wide middle curving into a graceful narrow neck. The crown with the cross, surrounded by oak leaves, indicates that it was likely made for someone in the royal household of the Wasa family of kings. The traces of pale green-grey paint are original.
This Mora clock has many beautiful details making it an excellent example of the period. The bonnet features windows on the sides that allow one to see the clock works. The blue original paint surface is in lovely condition. ref. 7-7753 $10,000 8” deep 24” wide 85” high All of our clocks are serviced and
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
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.