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Hello, Daphne, and welcome to the board.
Enfield were a U.K. clock company. I believe they started business in the early 1930's, but others have...
I have only seen Vincenti movements in mantel clocks - porcelain, figural, crystal regulators. However, I am not an expert in Vincenti clocks....
Yes, I meant the back of the movement.:oops::)
I just noticed you are located in the U.K.
If the clock was originally purchased in the U.K., and if it is confirmed that the clock is not of...
Your clock is commonly known as a "box clock" and I agree with your estimate of 1930 (+ / -) for its manufacture.
It is almost certainly German....
The movement was made by Vincenti & Cie (Vincenti and Company), a French manufacturer of movements.
The medallion indicates an award won by...
Whereas the manufacturer may have engraved the pendulum, it would most likely have been done by special order. The engraving could have been done...
Welcome to the board.
I agree that your clock is most likely French, from 1890 to 1910, give or take a few years.
The case will polish up nicely...
Great to have you back!
I hope your health issues are cured or at least under control.
Interesting article that you linked.
Based on that article (Table 4), if I am interpreting it correctly, the OP's pendulum should have a length...
You have made a good decision to join the NAWCC.
If you were closer to PA, I could give you a couple of names, but that would be a hike for you.
You could contact Chapter One and ask for some...
Where in central Jersey are you located?
The following thread has some information on Boname.
My New French mantle clock
Welcome to the board, Tony!
You have an absolute steal on your French clock at $30. You should have it serviced - French clocks are usually well...
Miken were (are?) a Japanese clock firm.
IIRC, there was an article in either the Bulletin or Clocks Magazine (not sure which) from ten to fifteen years ago that showed a few...
It is the TM of Carl Werner and Werner commenced using that TM in 1898.
That Kienzle trademark was registered in 1923, so the clock is post-1922.
Kienzle had a few varieties of the "winged clock" trademark, one of the earliest of which was from 1889, IIRC.
I do not know why Kienzle...