Posted 1 year ago
This tall ceramic clock is one of my mother-in-law's favorites, and we are trying to get an idea of its value. She picked it up at an estate sale long ago. There are no markings on it indicating where it is from. It's ceramic, stands 6 ft tall (it is 2 peices stacked), the clock is battery operated. It appears to me to be a 'french country' style--the numbers on the face are roman numerals with an icon between each that is similar to the fleur de lis.
There are 2 cherub heads on the pedestal/body & a cherub on the very top.
Please let me know if you have any ideas on the make/style/time-era from which this clock comes. Thank you!!