Voorjaarsveiling Kunst en Antiek 2017
Lampen, spiegels, klokken
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A small table pendulum
With a rare 24hours dial-face, the clockwork with lever escapement, double striking train on two silver bronze chimes. With a winding mechanism at the back, the brass back-plate embellished with engravings. The case lavishly decorated with gold painted ornaments, the clock-hands and clock-face are fire-gilt.
Second half 18th century, England.
A table pendulum
With hour indication, the full hours are struck. With fire-gilt brass case, silver plated chapter ring and spandrels, the spring-case is embellished with engravings. The winding mechanism is complete, including a Maltese clock movement.
17th, 18th century, Germany.
A console clock
With an anchor escapement, the striking mechanism has a count wheel. The full- and half hours are struck on one chime. The cyphers on the dial-face on fitted enameled cartouches.
The tortoise-shell veneered case with ormolu mounts.
The clockwork and the case are both in moderate condition. The tortoise-shell veneer is partially missing.
A Dutch longcase clock
The English mechanism of the clockwork has a striking mechanism with a count wheel. The full- and half hours are struck on a small and large chime. The chapter ring engraved: Fromanteel, Amsterdam. The case has many restorations, the cut-out decoration of the hood is missing, the base renewed. The clockwork needs restoration-work.
1st half 18th century.
A Dutch bracket clock
With full calendar (moon, month and day), double striking train, alarm function, lever escapement and repeater mechanism. The platform engraved at the back: 'Paulus Bramer'. The brass and partially silvered dial face and clockwork both signed, the four seasons as corner ornaments.
18th century, Dutch.
An English longcase clock
With an eight-day going train and anchor escapement, striking on full hours, and with a full calendar (moon, month and day). The silvered dial face with Roman cyphers and inscription: 'G. Payne Ludlow', the seconds indication decentralized. The oak trunk mahonganycoloured and with restaurations.
Both the dial face and the trunk with restaurations.
An eighteenth century longcase clock
With eight-day going train, striking on a large and small chime, with anchor escapement and alarm function. The brass dial-face with silvered chapter ring, signed: Paulus Bramer, Amsteldam, and with four gilded spandrels and Roman cyphers. The dial-face with full calendar (day, month and moon), adorned with automaton ships in the lunette. The oakwood case with flower grain veneer and finely carved crest. In the door of the trunk a brass cartouche depicting Europe.
18th century, Holland.
The sculpted wooden finials restored.
A mahogany longcase clock, by Steven Hoogendijk (1698-1788)
With moon-, day- and date- indicator. Three weights, and crowned with two gilded wooden angels and Atlas. With 11 and 2 bells. (two melodies). Carillion with six melodies. The case with four columns.
Dutch, 18th century.
H. 265 cm.