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French Bronze Grandmothers Clock

Status: Available Price: $195.00
Description:
At 3 3/8" high, this French bronze grandmother's clock is petite but exceptionally fine. It has much detailing especially the bronze portions with a finely molded bird at the top and molded leaves surrounding the clock itself and the sides of the base. When one looks closely, another bird can be seen coming out of a tiny open door, similar to a cuckoo clock. The clock has a porcelain looking face with hand painted numbers. The center of the face has flowers. There is a pendulum and chains. As can be seen in the photos, clock itself is removable from the base and can be used for 2 purposes, one as a dollhouse grandmother's clock and it also has a pin on the back so that it can be worn. Very unusual and fine quality, perfect for the elegant dollhouse or room box. This is the first time I have ever come across this type of lovely clock.

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