Fri, 10th Sep 2021 10:00

Twentieth Century Art & Design

 
 

Sold for £1,050


Lot details

A contemporary gilt brass Kieninger triple chiming eight-day mantel clock, the dome topped case of lower square form, raised on stepped feet, the face with all-over pierced floral spandrels, having silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds dial, and signed to centre, with pendulum and winding key, purchase receipt from Ernest Webb on 25th April 2003, h.32.5cm, w.26cm, d.22cm

Condition report

In very good and original condition throughout; has been well looked after.

Perspex inset to dome is currently loose/separate.

No damage or rusting, but the Perspex doesn’t sit flush in the groove.

Stamped 04 R to backplate.

Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.

 

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