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Chartier - Marcus, Brown and White Oynx Art Deco Clock With Garnitures, 1920's

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Posted 2 years ago

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rlwindle
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This 1920's behemouth features an eight day Chartier-Marcus movment, It chimes on the hour and the half hour. The clock case and garnitures have a few fleabites on them but no major damage.

The clock is not currently working (but will be repaired), and the glass on the face has been replaced since these pictures were taken. The speed of the clock movement is set in front just above the 12 on the face of the clock. It uses a double ended key for winding and speed adjustment. I like the spiderwebbing in the brown oynx in the front of the clock.

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  1. Benking, 2 years ago
    Is this a garniture Riwindle?

  2. rlwindle rlwindle, 2 years ago
    The two smaller pieces that go with the clock are garnitures, this is a clock with both it's original garnitures.
  3. Benking, 2 years ago
    Now, I know; thanks!
  4. rlwindle rlwindle, 2 years ago
    Your welcome.

    Russ
  5. Benking, 2 years ago
    Garniture are rare in such?
  6. rlwindle rlwindle, 2 years ago
    Over time the garnitures get separated from the clock, they get broke. left behind or someone decides to sale the clock and keep the garunitures as bookends. The sets are always more valuable than just the clock. I have bought a few clocks without the garnitures because they were not available.

    Russ

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