This is the next in the series of Old Clocks i got from the nice lady whose husband had died. I'm trying to find out what it is that I hauled home. I'm not after evaluations, but descriptive identifying facts that y'all can provide. I'd like to get all the information you can give about this unusual wall clock: Style, maker, age, anything else You'll notice immediately that it has an unusual motif: a nude girl in a daring pose. There is what may also be an animal of some kind, as part of the dial ring . There is nothing written anywhere on the clock.The front piece, figurine and dial pan is pressed sheet brass or tooled sheet brass (I'm not sure what to call it. It's decorated with blue and red glass beads. The dial is quite simple, with unadorned numerals. The overall design gives the sense of being some sort of arcane religious symbolism. The body of the clock --the clock proper--has a wooden frame carrying a brass movement. The movement is a simple 2-train weight driven clock. with a coil gong. I would expect it to be a count-wheel. In the left close-up, the gear outside the front plate may be a count wheel. I can't be sure. The clock has all its parts, and should be made to run. But my interest right now is information rather than restoration. I will appreciate anything you can tell me.