Posted 10 years ago
I found this clock and thought it was a great looking clock, when the antique dealer turned on the neon lights is when I was mesmerized. I absolutely love this clock, watching it spin almost puts me in a trance, it's a large 18 t0 20 inches in diameter. I have seen very few like this online for sale, but was told these were made possibly in the 40's and then I was told they were reproduced in the 90's so I set out to find a reproduction to see if mine in fact is a reproduction which would be heartbreaking knowing how much I paid for it. The photos against the knotty pine wall are of my clock and the one on the far right is a known reproduction. Do any of you experts know if mine is authentic or not, I have no idea how to tell the difference?
I will tell you this is one awesome clock!