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South German Provincial Front Pendulum Wall Clock

18th Century

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An 18th century German "hook and spike" polychrome iron wall clock.

  • Later painted iron dial features decorative crest with rose motif.
  • Clock face composed of an outer chapter ring with Roman numerals at the hours ,and an inner chapter ring with numerals marking the quarter hours.
  • Iron clock hands terminate in decorative brass tips.
  • Iron case with glazed and hinged doors hung by a suspension ring and spurs.
  • 30-hour weight-driven movement with verge escapement and cow-tail front pendulum.
  • Hourly count-wheel strike to the bell mounted at top.
  • Clock requires winding on a 30-hour cycle.


Originally purchased from Gude & Meis, Amsterdam, 2021.

Condition Report

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Wear commensurate with age and use.

Dial most likely repainted at some point.

Item in working condition at time of inspection.


Height: 11.5 inches / 29.21 cm
Width: 7.5 inches / 19.05 cm
Depth: 5 inches / 12.7 cm

Length of longest hanging weight: 54 inches/137.16 cm.


Iron, Rope, Paint, Brass



Decorative Style

Eclectic, Traditional Style

Country of Origin


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