Very Important Exceptional Mystery Art Deco 8th Day Mantel Clock, circa 1931

Very Important Exceptional Mystery Art Deco 8th Day Mantel Clock, circa 1931

Price: € 18500

Offered by Toebosch Antiques



Very Important Exceptional Mystery Art Deco 8th Day Mantel Clock, circa 1931 Very Important Exceptional Mystery Art Deco 8th Day Mantel Clock, circa 1931 Very Important Exceptional Mystery Art Deco 8th Day Mantel Clock, circa 1931 Very Important Exceptional Mystery Art Deco 8th Day Mantel Clock, circa 1931 Very Important Exceptional Mystery Art Deco 8th Day Mantel Clock, circa 1931

Very Important Exceptional Mystery Art Deco 8th Day Mantel Clock, circa 1931

A very important exceptional Mystery Art Deco 8th day mantel clock with great history. The clock was specially made in France in 1931 for an exposition of inventors in Paris and won the 1st prize 2 times. One time on the exposition 1931 and in 1932 the second one. 
The second one was the 4th Industrial and commercial exposition in Ville the Montrouge. The designer and maker of the clock is Roger Delalande. The clock is signed on the Onyx base on the front. The mechanisms are in the two side pillars. The numbers of the dial and the hands are very nice Art Deco. The clock runs 8-days. Together with the clocks are two certificates in Art Deco wooden frames.
Origin
France
Period
1930 Art Deco
Signature
Roger Delalande
Reference
100-460
Sizes
26 x 35 x 10 cm

Offered by

Toebosch Antiques

Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 68-3
1017 DH Amsterdam
The Netherlands

+31 (0)6 53 211 641
+31 (0)6 53 211 641
http://www.toeboschantiques.com/

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