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Antique Mantel Clocks

Antique Mantel Clocks

Mantel clocks (also known as mantle or shelf clocks) were inexpensive to make and affordable to own, which explains why they were one of the most popular clocks in the 18th and 19th centuries. Part decoration, part practical timepiece, mantel clocks are so named because they were small enough to be displayed on a shelf…

Carriage Clocks

Carriage Clocks

Carriage clocks are always sought after especially those carriage clocks by the well-known Paris makers of the Victorian period such as Henri Jacot, Alfred Drocourt, Margaine, Le Roy, amongst other top carriage clock makers. Not only are buyers keen on the classic carriage clock case shapes, such as the Corniche, the Anglaise (devised especially for…

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