From Germany, An antique circa 1875 German Lenzkirch, fancy walnut wall regulator clock having a spring driven time and strike movement. The silvered dial has an embossed and gilded center. The best part is a fantastic cast bronze pendulum in rococo style with a winged cherub in the center.
Lalique's collaboration with Art Deco clockmaker ATO: This piece's design is made from blue glass, blown and molded to resemble the bow of the ship against a backdrop of sunshine alongside the word "Normandy." Normandy refers to SS Normandy. She entered service in 1935 as the largest and fastest passenger ship afloat; she is still the most powerful steam turbo-electric-propelled passenger ship ever built.
Stunning wood floor clock features a torsion box wrapped in zebrawood with a solid maple burl face with tapered legs. Ebony accents are inlaid into the clock face. The pendulum is ebony with a maple burl bob. Clock movement is high torque atomic quartz. Limited edition of 5, signed on back. Dimensions: 70.0in H x 23.0in W x 13.5in D $7600.00