Gorgeous, ornate, mantle clock that has figures of cherubs, sea creatures and a floral design along the bottom. There is a number, "10" in the metal mold on the back. I don't see any other marks on the metal, or on the back of the clock, itself. Overall, this piece is in excellent condition. The metal has a nice, original patina, with no rust, and no repairs. The clock works, and keeps good time. The end of the stem of that you turn to set the time is missing, so at this time, it needs to be turned with a pliErs. The glass face is perfect, but the coating on the clock face has crackled. It's not visible from a distance, and to me, doesn't look bad close up. It was difficult to research because, as mentioned before, there are no markings. I did find on like it that is dated 1906. That clock has the exact same base and measurements, and the same clock, so I'm sure the clock and base are original to one another. It stands 17 inches tall, and is 13 inches at the widest point. Perfect mantle size, the depth is 2&3/4 inches. It weighs just under 11 pounds, before packing. International shipping is not available on this heavy, fragile piece
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