Posted 7 years ago
This (to me) absolutely stunning 1920's or 1930's German (Junghans Wurttemberg) Art Deco triangular or pyramid shaped mantle clock measures 12 1/2 inches high by 14 inches long by 5 1/2 inches deep. It's made of solid (tiger?) oak, runs perfectly and has a warm dual toned gong (on the half hour and the hour). Both its highly unusual shape and that truly massive bronze dial simply blew me away. As soon as I saw it I just KNEW that I "had" to have it, even though it exceeded my budget. Now I'll have to sell something else to pay for it, but I couldn't let this rare beauty get away because I know I'd never see another one like it.
Been there done that, as I'm sure most (if not all) of you folks have too...
Thanks for looking!