MYSTERY SWINGING CLOCK

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  1. carloclock

    carloclock Registered User

    Jul 15, 2009
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    Hello All.
    As someone a clue on how are made the missing parts of this mouvement in the place shown by the 2 arrows?

    IMG_6499b.jpg

    The clock should be similar to this one :

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    but I haven't found any picture of the back of the mouvement.

    Thank you a lot for your consideration.
    All the best.
    Carlo
     
  2. Hessel Oosten

    Hessel Oosten Registered User

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    Ciao Carlo,

    Recently (November) I was in the Amsterdam Arts and Antiques fair "PAN" in Amsterdam.

    PAN Amsterdam - Home

    On the exhibition stand of Gude and Meis ( Gude & Meis ✓ Antieke klokken te koop ✓ Ruim assortiment ️) a pendule like yours:

    Een fraaie Franse bronzen figuratieve pendule met conische slinger, Farcot en Laurent, circa 1870 - Gude & Meis | Antieke klokken

    Since Lars Gude as Jos Meis (owners) are both experts -and- friendly men, I presume they can help you.

    May be this helps a bit.

    Hessel
     
  3. carloclock

    carloclock Registered User

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    Hi Hessel,
    Thank you very much for your interest in my research.

    I'll try to get in touch with them.

    All the best.
    Carlo
     

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