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    An 18th century English Chinoiserie grandfather clock or longcase clock. Features a red lacquered wood case with figural and village decorations. Clock housed in architectural arched case with gilt details and sphere finials. Clock face designed with black Roman numeral numbering, day and date complications, and ornate gilt filigree accenting. Further designed with a revolving moon phase and double open work dial marking hands. Clock marked: Anth Bennett. London.

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    Height: 94 in. (238.76 cm) Width: 20 in. (50.8 cm) Depth: 10 in. (25.4 cm) Style: Chinoiserie (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Lacquered, Oak, Brass, Lacquer Place of Origin: England Period: 18th Century Date of Manufacture: 1780 Condition Good Repaired: Lacquer restored but mostly intact and original. Wear consistent with age and use. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    An 18th century English Chinoiserie grandfather clock or longcase clock. Features a scarlet red lacquered wood case with figural and village decorations. Clock housed in architectural arched case with gilt details and sphere finials. Clock face designed with black Roman numeral numbering, day and date complications, and ornate gilt filigree accenting. Further designed with a revolving moon phase and double open work dial marking hands. Clock marked: Anth Bennett. London. Purveyed and Labelled by: Richard Motley, Wapping.

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    Height: 94 in. (238.76 cm) Width: 20 in. (50.8 cm) Depth: 10 in. (25.4 cm) Style: Chinoiserie (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Lacquered, Oak, Brass, Lacquer Place of Origin: England Period: 18th Century Date of Manufacture: 1780 Condition Good Repaired: Lacquer restored but mostly intact and original. High quality museum restoration of lacquer. Wear consistent with age and use. All our Tall Case Clocks spend about one week at our clock specialist for tuning, balancing and preparation for shipment. This insures that when our clocks are delivered to you that they work properly and would only require minimal setup. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    Late 19th century mahogany chinoiserie tall case clock after Thomas Chippendale. Made around circa 1890-1900 in exacting detail to Thomas Chippendale's design (see photo). Beautifully executed case. Maker selected period clock works, ca 1780 for this exquisite piece.

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    Similar to Thomas Chippendale (Designer)

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    Height: 103 in. (261.62 cm) Width: 22 in. (55.88 cm) Depth: 14 in. (35.56 cm) Style: Chinese Chippendale (In the Style Of) Materials and Techniques: Mahogany Place of Origin: England Period: Late 19th Century Date of Manufacture: 1900 Condition Good Wear consistent with age and use. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    Early 19th century Danish carved and giltwood neoclassical tall case clock. Original gilding on all hand carved neoclassical ornamentation. Palace provenance, more than likely. Profile of each a man and a woman, most likely nobility or from the Royal house. Works are of English (London) origin as are quite often seen in Danish tall clocks. There was a strong English influence at that period which influenced form. The works also carry a "royal" motif of crown and cupids in the spandrels. Amazing piece.

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    Height: 93 in. (236.22 cm) Width: 20 in. (50.8 cm) Depth: 10 in. (25.4 cm) Style: Neoclassical (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Carved, Giltwood, Brass Place of Origin: Denmark Period: Early 19th Century Date of Manufacture: 1800-1815 Condition Good Repaired: Minor restoration to a few missing carved elements. Wear consistent with age and use. Paint left as is. Works were put into working condition. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    Early 19th century mahogany George III Longcase or Grandfather clock with original rocking ship automaton. Late Georgian case with beautifully painted dial of a ship on the ocean. The ship rocks on the waves with the swing of the pendulum. Original works in working condition. It is a six day winding movement. Scottish, Dunbar, circa 1815.

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    Height: 85 in. (215.9 cm) Width: 19 in. (48.26 cm) Depth: 9 in. (22.86 cm) Style: George III (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Mahogany Place of Origin: Scotland Period: Early 19th Century Date of Manufacture: 1815 Condition Good Wear consistent with age and use. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    Period early 19th century Directoire clock attributed to Sèvres. Beautifully sculpted biscuit porcelain in white and Wedgwood blue jasper ware color. Ormolu mounts. Of a seated lady in neoclassical attire, sitting in a griffin motif armchair playing an instrument.

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    Attributed to Sèvres (Manufacturer)

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    Height: 19.25 in. (48.9 cm) Width: 15.5 in. (39.37 cm) Depth: 4.7 in. (11.94 cm) Style: Directoire (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Porcelain, Ormolu Place of Origin: France Period: Early 19th Century Date of Manufacture: 1800 Condition Good Wear consistent with age and use. Original works, no repairs to biscuit. Small chip to clock face. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    Exquisitely inlaid Georgian period 18th century longcase or grandfather clock. Original boxwood and satinwood inlay in late Georgian neoclassical design Clock boasts an elaborate Georgian brass face with cornered four seasons Rare automaton of drunken man on barrel of wine, quite charming.

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    Height: 97 in. (246.38 cm) Width: 19 in. (48.26 cm) Depth: 11 in. (27.94 cm) Style: George III (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Mahogany, Marquetry, Satinwood, Inlay, Boxwood Place of Origin: England Period: Late 18th Century Date of Manufacture: 1780 Condition Excellent Wear consistent with age and use. Clock Works are clean and working. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    Swedish neoclassical giltwood cartel clock with Gustavian Griffins. Impressive size. Original gilding. The painted dial signed Beurling, Stockholm for Henrik Beurling 1758-1806.

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    Creator Henrik Beurling (Clockmaker)

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    Height: 39.5 in. (100.33 cm) Width: 27 in. (68.58 cm) Depth: 5 in. (12.7 cm) Style: Gustavian (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Giltwood Place of Origin: Sweden Period: Early 19th Century Date of Manufacture: 1790-1800 Condition Good Wear consistent with age and use. Good original gilding and nice surface. Original works. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    Carved Marble Figure of a Draped Woman and Urn as a Clock --Moving and rare --ex Collection at Boscobel, Boscobel is an estate overlooking the Hudson River built in the early 19th century by States Dyckman. It is considered an outstanding example of the Federal style of American architecture, augmented by Dyckman's extensive collection of period decorations and furniture. Today it is a historic house museum and popular tourist attraction.

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    Height: 29 in. (73.66 cm) Width: 13 in. (33.02 cm) Depth: 11 in. (27.94 cm) Style: Neoclassical (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Marble Place of Origin: France Period: 19th Century Date of Manufacture: 1820 Condition Excellent Wear consistent with age and use. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    Large Johann Sachs Austrian clock in large carved wood housing with figures, flanked by decorative flower filled urns, polychromed and gilt. Carved laurel wreath swags around the top and sides with fruit and berries, great details. A figure of Cupid and Psyche flanking an altar in front of a Carved Relief of Venus Holding a Dove. Neoclassical Period, Vienna. Dial reads, "Johann Sachs in Wien" (Master, 1765-1815) Measures 30.5" H x 19.75" L x 6 5/8" D.

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    Creator Johann Sachs (Clockmaker)

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    Height: 30.5 in. (77.47 cm) Width: 19.75 in. (50.17 cm) Depth: 6.5 in. (16.51 cm) Style: Neoclassical (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Carved, Giltwood Place of Origin: Austria Period: Early 19th Century Date of Manufacture: 1800 Condition Good Wear consistent with age and use. Seller Location Essex, MA
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    A Swedish neoclassical painted bracket clock and bracket The clock early 19th century Measures: Height of clock 28 x width 13 1/2 x depth 6 1/2 inches; height of bracket 7 1/2 x length 15 x depth 6 1/2 inches. Provenance: George Gravert Antiques, Boston, Massachusetts The Estate of Richard Fitzgerald, Boston, MA, and Palm Beach, FL.

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    Height: 35.5 in. (90.17 cm) Width: 13.5 in. (34.29 cm) Depth: 6.5 in. (16.51 cm) Style: Neoclassical (Of the Period) Materials and Techniques: Giltwood Place of Origin: Sweden Period: Early 19th Century Date of Manufacture: 1800 Condition Good Additions or alterations made to the original: Bracket 19th century but later. Wear consistent with age and use. Seller Location Essex, MA

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