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.
Chamberlain Art Deco Case Clock: This hand made pendulum wall case clock is an ‘homage' to the Deco lines of the Chrysler Building. This beautiful case clock's Art Deco styling is subtly enhanced through the case clocks mixed gilded leaf finish and the 1930's architectural collage prints used to line the clock's casement to give it that final touch of Deco refinement and sophistication.