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Mid-Century Modern wall clock created by Arthur Umanoff for Howard Miller in the United States.
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Modern 'Fantome' glass, metal and mirror clock designed by Nextime during the 2000s. The piece can be standing or hanging on a wall with a hook on the back.
American Atomic age comet-shaped slatted wood and brass ball wall clock with a key wind mechanism.
American Postmodern metal clock with pendulum designed in the 1990s by Jon Sarriugarte for Form and Reform in California.
Post-modernist mantel clock made of steel and brass.
Howard Miller Mid-century Modern illuminated time table world clock, made by the Howard Miller Clock Company in Michigan in the mid-20th Century.
A French Art Deco marble and onyx mantel clock with white metal heron figurines, circa 1930.
A 1930s Art Deco black enameled metal and chrome stepped frame and double banded base reverse painted glass clock advertising Four Roses whiskies.
An Art Deco clock designed by Paul Frankl for the Telechron Clock Company in the 1930s.
A KEM Weber designed burnished bronze and brass Machine Age electric clock with ivory enameled trim, made in the 1930s.
A decorative black glass clock with églomisé roman numerals.
Figurative gilt bronze timepiece by Max Blondat in the French art nouveau style. Inscribed with the artist's name "Max Blondat" and from the Valsuani foundry.
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