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Antique Clock

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Turn an old thrift store clock into a beautiful home decor frame. Check out the before and after photos of this display makeover idea, perfect if you're decorating on a budget. #diy #clock #repurpose

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This Vintage Style Tabletop Clock has the look and feel of a stately country manor. This little clock has lots of character and will look great in a bookcase or on a small table. (6 x 6 x 1.5)

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Material: MetalFeature: Antique StyleModel Number: desk watchMovement Type: StopwatchWidth: 150mmDisplay Type: NeedleSheet Size: 4"Style: EuropeShape: geometricType: Desk ClocksDiameter: 100mmIs Smart Device: NOLength: 180mmMotivity Type: QUARTZname: watchtablecolor: Bronze, Golden, Copper colorsize: 15cm*8cm*18cmMaterial: metal, glass,battery: 1 * AA battery(not included)Movement: high-quality silent movementStyle: European, American, Nordic.Types: retro clockmodel: vintage clock, bedroom…

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This incredibly rare Renaissance turret-form clock, or table clock, was considered both a scientific marvel and an item of luxury during the period. This incredible piece is encased in fire gilt copper and brass crafted to resemble the giant striking clocks set within the turrets of buildings in the center of town. The mechanism strikes on the hour and quarter hour with an alarm feature. The movement is a gut/fuseé for going and striking train, a barrel for the alarm, a verge escapement with…

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This striking 19th-century French clock garniture takes the form of a medieval castle and turrets. The garniture boasts magnificently carved detailing and architectural elements that make this set desirable, including the pair of turrets that have a central electrified lamp as well as candelabra arms. Created to be displayed atop the fireplace mantel, clock garnitures first appeared in 18th-century France. By the 1800s, their use extended through England to the United States. Displaying a…

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