Mechanical - Striking clock with 8-day movement - The bell sounds every half hour
Wonderful tabl clock, in very
decorative antique porcelain by -
VOLKSTEDT - 1860/80
Aelteste Volkstedter Porzellanfabrik,
Germany, brand on the base
Collector's clock, ca. 1860-1880
Mechanical movement with a power reserve of 8 days,
working, very silent operation,
bell every half hour, hand-wound
including antique key - not original.
The mechanism was made by the famous clock factory
- LENZKIRCH -
Age: Ca. 1860 - 1880
Dimensions: height: 23 cm, length: 28 cm,
width: 12 cm, weight: 3 kg
Thick bevelled glass on the back of the clock,
which protects the mechanism from dust
etc. Small, insignificant restoration
on the edge of the hat. Otherwise, all the
porcelain on the clock is in perfect condition,
blue mark under the enamel.
( A. G.U. L. ) was founded in 1860 in the Black
Forest, until 1932 when it was acquired
by Junghans (another famous name).
The company also used more important factories
such as Meissen, Berlin, in
its ceramics, and used mechanisms
from the popular LENZKIRCH.
There are many photos. Please take a good look at them,
as they are part of the
Shipping via UPS with tracking.
(with careful attention)
|Member since:||August 3, 2016|
Although not in perfect working order (the iPod connector is bad), you'll be totally forgiven due to the pristine visual condition.
It is absolutly beautifull.Thankyou.
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Accuratezza e gentilezza nella gestione dell'ordine, spedizione accurata, confezione del pacco IMPECCABILE. Servizio estremamente cortese ed efficiente.
Well packed delivered promptly and pleased with my purchase thank you
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