Dutch Silver miniature standing clock with 18th. Richly decorated with engravings of. Mills, boats and village scenes at the lower part and the pierced front door. At the top we find a atlas figure flanked by two horn blowing (winged) angels and two.
Casted putti figures, each holding. Very well because van Meurs was also famous for his tall standing clocks (staande Horloges) of which this miniature is a representation. The glass protecting the dial has probably also once been part of the old pocket watch and can open upwards. A pseudo swinging pendulum has been placed by the maker.To complete the whole (behind the pierced door). Year of manufacture of the silver clock : 1933 (year letter: Y). Weight: 223 grams (7.165 ozt). The overall height of this Dutch Silver Clock is 24cm (9.1/2) to the top of the Atlas & Globe final. Condition: The clockwork is not. Working and is missing one (the smaller) hand. The silver housing is in overall good condition with minor flaws and age related wear. See images as they are part of the condition report. If you are visiting Amsterdam please come to the Antiekcentrum Amsterdam, the largest indoor art and antique centre of the Netherlands with over 90 showcases and appr. The item "Dutch-1933- Silver miniature standing clock by J. Clockwork" is in sale since Thursday, April 18, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Miniatures". The seller is "foodforcollectors2010" and is located in AMSTERDAM. This item can be shipped worldwide.