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    Posted 7 years ago

    justart
    (7 items)

    trying to find out about this clock from the it says WML GIBERT CORP WINSTED, CONA . USA self start model F 11 ? there is a picture of a person near the base , i cant seem to make out what it says.. the clock is 9" tall and 8 1/2" wide on the bottom 3" thick. any info would be greatly appriciated ..

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    1. Bruce99 Bruce99, 7 years ago
      This looks like
      "Gainesborough
      by ????????
      Amsterdam Holland" to me.
      If the clock movement is original to the case it would have to be after 1930. Perhaps there's more information stamped on the movement somewhere...patent dates, etc.

      You can do a search on Gainesborough Porcelain and find similar portraits to yours. See: http://continentalvintage.com/2013/04/05/antique-miniature-portrait-of-the-duchess-of-devonshire-by-gainsborough/

      Hope that helps as little.

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