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6037 Ansonia “LaMine” Royal Bonn porcelain clock.
This clock is in great, original condition and it will be hard to find one better. The case is flawless without one chip or hairline. The colors are bright and vibrant and the case has been very carefully cleaned so you simply need to put it on your shelf and enjoy it. There is a clear Royal Bonn stamp on the back along with the “LaMine” stamp.
The double sunk porcelain dial has an open escapement. It is signed, retains both brass grommets and does not have the slightest of hairlines. The bezel is cast brass and the glass is thickly beveled. The hands and distinctive brass pendulum are the originals.
This is an eight day clock with hour and half hour strike on a gong. It is in good running order. You will not be disappointed with this clock.
14" tall. SOLD
6038 Ansonia “LaChapelle” Royal Bonn porcelain clock.
This clock is in near perfect condition and ready for you to put on your shelf and enjoy. The case is very clean and there is not one blemish, chip or hairline. The colors are very vibrant and there is no wear to the gold highlights. On the back there is the Royal Bonn stamp in red and the embossed name of “LaChapelle”.
The porcelain dial is signed, retains the original brass grommets and is perfect without one flake or hairline. The bezel is cast brass and has a heavy beveled glass. The hands and brass pendulum are the originals.
This is an eight day clock with hour and half hour strike on a gong. The movement appears to have been recently professionally serviced because it is quite clean and has been fully rebushed. It has been running well for me for a few weeks. This clock has clearly been well cared for and is ready for a new home.
12" tall. SOLD
6039 Ansonia “LaNormandie” porcelain clock.
You would expect that this would be a Royal Bonn model because of the name and case style but there is no Royal Bonn mark on the back. I looked the case over carefully and did not see any chips, hairlines or worn areas. The case is colorful without any discolored areas and the gold highlights are all crisp.
The double sunk porcelain dial with open escapement is in good condition but for a small line and discolored spot at the left winding arbor. The hands and brass pendulum are the originals.
This is an eight day clock with hour and half hour strike on a gong. The movement appears to be in good shape and it came with a note that it had been recently cleaned and oiled. It is currently running.
13” tall. SOLD
6040 Ansonia “Titan” porcelain clock.
This clock has a green case with gold highlights and colorful floral decoration. The case is in good condition but for two paint flakes and one small chip on the left side of the clock.
This clock has a paper dial which has a small amount of discoloration. The bezel is pressed brass and the glass is flat. It has the original hands with a replaced pendulum and rear tin cover.
This is an eight day clock with hour and half hour strike on a gong. The movement is due for a cleaning but it is currently running and striking properly.
10" tall. SOLD
6041 English porcelain mantle clock.
This is certainly an interesting looking clock from the Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods. To me, it seems to be a bit of a blend between the two. The case is in very good condition without any chips, cracks or hairlines. On the back of the case it is signed “the Foley,Intarsio, England” with a number “3160” and “Rd342574”.
It has a celluloid style dial and the hands appear to be the originals. There is a heavy cast brass bezel with a beveled glass.
Note that this movement does not appear to be the original to this case. It is a balance movement, quite dirty and it mounts into the case in a rather makeshift fashion. I think you should purchase this clock based on its decorative value, not functional. If you get it to run and keep time for you, that will be a bonus.
12” tall. SOLD
6042 Seth Thomas porcelain mantle clock.
You do not usually associate Seth Thomas with porcelain clocks but here is one example. I did not notice how dirty and dusty the case was when I took the photos but if you give this a light cleaning with just soap and water the colors and gold leaf are really going to jump out. I looked it over quite carefully and amazingly, did not find any broken leaves, flowers or other decorative pieces.
The signed porcelain dial is in perfect condition without any cracks or hairlines. It has a brass bezel and a heavily beveled glass.
This is a one day time piece with a balance from a movement which is key wound from the rear. It is currently running.
12" tall. SOLD