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  • NiceTime Design - Frisian chair clock 1950
  • NiceTime Design - Frisian chair clock 1950

NiceTime Design - Frisian chair clock 1950

Article number: 118883194
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Chair Clock Friesland
Mechanical-Multi-day Wings-Half hour, a bell

beautiful original Frisian chair clock with 1 weight, which controls the running and percussion.

timepiece mechanism: mechanical
Passage reserve: multi-day timepiece
Battle: half an hour, a bell
Manufacturer: Friesland
Estimated period: 1950
Country of origin: the Netherlands
in good condition
in working condition: yes
weight 5 kg
height 52 cm
Depth 16.5 cm
width 25 cm

A very special and unique object, fits perfectly in today's modern interior.

Antique clocks are completely topical. And that is not strange because every clock was made by sublime craftsmen many decades ago. For many months they worked on the unique workpiece with a lot of patience and dedication. The final result was of such high quality that it has passed the test of time gloriously.

The special technology and quality of the timepieces always make us look at these clocks with wonder. Since these unique objects are timeless, they fit very well into modern contemporary interior. You then have an absolutely unique art object, which will rise in value and rarity over the years. But also the daily pleasure that these timepieces bring us and the ode to the craftsmen from long -long days, always make us "stand still".

Are you interested in this beautiful clock, please contact us via email. You can view and/or pick it up by appointment at the Art Atelier in Maastricht. Delivery via the special courier in the Netherlands and Belgium is also possible. Due to the vulnerability, shipping with the parcel post is not possible.

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