The body of this clock has been dry scraped to reveal the beautiful original grey/green paint, with details of black and oxblood red. The bonnet has had some paint restoration in the past, but the domed glass is original. There is a carved star in the middle of the lower half of the case and
Several decorative motifs are repeated throughout this fine clock, such as the unusual reeding on the door and base. The spectacular crown with an aquatic theme is in full relief on top and is repeated in a carving beneath the door. The detail of a star appears beneath the bonnet and is framed on both
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 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 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.