The first public clock of Paris was intalled during Charles V’s reign. In Henri III had it restored and transformed, adding delicate decorations. The sculptures were made by Germain Pilon. The Henri III clock is the one that still can be seen nowadays.
This is a Art Nouveau Clock. These Clock design was heavily influenced in the and by Art Deco, a machine-like aesthetic for a fast-paced industrial age. No object escaped the streamline touch of Art Deco, including clocks, whose cases often ec
Famous clockmaker Seth Thomas created five clocks which were modeled after one in the town square of Bern, Switzerland. This clock on a corner of Main Street in Columbia, South Carolina, is the oldest and is an iconic landmark of Sylvan's Jeweler's.