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1930's White Oynx Whitehall Hammond Art Deco Clock With Garnitures

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Posted 3 years ago

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rlwindle
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A prime example of an opulent Whitehall Hammond White Oynx Clock with garnitures. This set was also produced in Green Oynx, the buyer had the choice of choosing one of five different garniture sets (see picture 3) they wanted with their clock, or choosing the clock to go with the garnitures. This clock features Eagles but the buyer could also choose mermaids, horses (see picture 4), or just a plain clock without any figures and a different color base and clock. This was an expensive mix and match set when it was new.

The clock weighs in at 20 lbs, and it is 16" wide, 10.25" tall, and 3.50" wide
Both garnitures weigh in at 11 lbs each, and measure 13" tall by 4" in width and depth. The total weight of the set is 32 lbs.

Although the clock was sold as not working, three spins of the priming knob in the back and off it took it is very quite and keeps perfect time. There is a crack in the base of the clock that is not noticeable.

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