French Victorian Black Marble Mantel Clock

(#MEN030)

French Victorian black marble mantel clock with marble rosso antico column sides and gilded etched roman numerals. *Not working
Item #
MEN030
Category
Decor
Accessories/Décor/Bric-a-Brac
Clocks
Style
French Victorian
Color
Black, Gold
Dimensions (in)
Width:10.8"
Depth:6.3"
Height:13.0"
Price:

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French Victorian Black Marble Mantel Clock

Price

#MEN030

On Hold - Please Call for Availability

French Victorian black marble mantel clock with marble rosso antico column sides and gilded etched roman numerals. *Not working
Item #
MEN030
Category
Decor
Accessories/Décor/Bric-a-Brac
Clocks
Style
French Victorian
Color
Black, Gold
Dimensions (in)
Width:10.8"
Depth:6.3"
Height:13.0"

French Victorian Black Marble Mantel Clock (#MEN030)

Price:

On Hold - Please Call for Availability

French Victorian black marble mantel clock with marble rosso antico column sides and gilded etched roman numerals. *Not working
Item #
MEN030
Dimensions (in)
Width:
10.8"
Depth:
6.3"
Height:
13.0"
Style
French Victorian
Color
Black, Gold
Victorian

Victorian

Period in English furniture during the reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1901. Consists of a resurrection of many previous periods: Gothic, Turkish, and Louis XV.

What-not

What-not

Piece of furniture with several shelves for bric-a-brac, figurines, etc. Introduced during the Victorian period in America.

Banjo clock

Banjo clock

A type of wooden wall case in the shape of a banjo originated in 1800 by Simon Willard at Roxbury, Mass. The lower glass panel of the early models was left plain to show the swinging brass pendulum until around 1825 when they were painted with battle scenes, landscapes, eagles, flags, etc.

Black Forest

Black Forest

Furniture carved in and around Bern, Switzerland during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, commonly identified by its use of carved bears and other creatures of the forest, such as deer and birds. Bear furniture originally began as a hobby for the Swiss family of cabinetmakers and wood-carvers named Trauffer. The linden tree was preferred for most furniture as it is easy to carve, but walnut was also widely used.

Mantel

Mantel

The projecting shelf surmounting a fireplace.

Victorian

Victorian

Period in English furniture during the reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1901. Consists of a resurrection of many previous periods: Gothic, Turkish, and Louis XV.

What-not

What-not

Piece of furniture with several shelves for bric-a-brac, figurines, etc. Introduced during the Victorian period in America.

Banjo clock

Banjo clock

A type of wooden wall case in the shape of a banjo originated in 1800 by Simon Willard at Roxbury, Mass. The lower glass panel of the early models was left plain to show the swinging brass pendulum until around 1825 when they were painted with battle scenes, landscapes, eagles, flags, etc.

Black Forest

Black Forest

Furniture carved in and around Bern, Switzerland during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, commonly identified by its use of carved bears and other creatures of the forest, such as deer and birds. Bear furniture originally began as a hobby for the Swiss family of cabinetmakers and wood-carvers named Trauffer. The linden tree was preferred for most furniture as it is easy to carve, but walnut was also widely used.

Mantel

Mantel

The projecting shelf surmounting a fireplace.

Victorian

Victorian

Period in English furniture during the reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1901. Consists of a resurrection of many previous periods: Gothic, Turkish, and Louis XV.

What-not

What-not

Piece of furniture with several shelves for bric-a-brac, figurines, etc. Introduced during the Victorian period in America.

Banjo clock

Banjo clock

A type of wooden wall case in the shape of a banjo originated in 1800 by Simon Willard at Roxbury, Mass. The lower glass panel of the early models was left plain to show the swinging brass pendulum until around 1825 when they were painted with battle scenes, landscapes, eagles, flags, etc.

Black Forest

Black Forest

Furniture carved in and around Bern, Switzerland during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, commonly identified by its use of carved bears and other creatures of the forest, such as deer and birds. Bear furniture originally began as a hobby for the Swiss family of cabinetmakers and wood-carvers named Trauffer. The linden tree was preferred for most furniture as it is easy to carve, but walnut was also widely used.

Mantel

Mantel

The projecting shelf surmounting a fireplace.

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