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    Posted 4 years ago

    Sarno98
    (2 items)

    New Haven wind up clock surrounding a beautiful hand painted forest scene. Gold finished Fraunfelter China with some wear. Plastic dial is cracked but still complete. No Chips or nicks. Clock is dented. Not know if the clock is i now good working condition. Size 10” x 7.25”. Please e-mail any questions you may have.

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    1. Sarno98, 4 years ago
      Can anyone tell me about this piece. Unable to find anything about it. I’m not sure if it’s worth repairing.
      Thank you
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 4 years ago
      I can't tell you about the actual piece but I can give you a bit of input on the maker mark on the back side. The mark was also used on pieces from Royal Rochester. The ceramic work was shipped it out to have the electric components installed. However the items with electric components were not produced until after 1939 when Fraunfelter was officially out of business. I found 7 different marks for Fraunfelter and yours was used by Royal if the info on the Internet is correct.
    3. Sarno98, 4 years ago
      Thank you for your information and time.
      Sarno98

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