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German Art Deco Mantle Clock Late '30's

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Mantel Clocks131 of 714Vintage *WWII era Forestville Mantel ClockSessions Inlay no. 2 Special
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    Posted 5 years ago

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    Beautiful french polished and serviced mantle clock. Classic Art Deco Style. German made and a fine timekeeper. Gongs once on the half and gongs the hour. Very nice veneers, beautiful grain. A fine clock.

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    1. BryanBoo BryanBoo, 5 years ago
      Another fine job you've done! So glad you took me up on my suggestion to photograph your finished clock in natural light... the grain pops so much better!
      You do amazing work!
    2. magician1962 magician1962, 5 years ago
      Thanks Bryan, your suggestion is excellent, it shows up so much more detail. Fortunately, the original makers were so skilled, that really I'm simply restoring what was there originally. The choice and available veneers of the era, make all the difference. Riding on their shoulders to help ensure their art survives. They simply can't make things quite like this anymore. Appreciate your comments and suggestions.

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