Classic Wall Clock from the 1930's.


United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2021
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Clocks like this were to be found in many homes, offices and workshops throughout Britain from Victorian times onwards. They were built to last with a mechanical wind-up 8 day movements that were often made in small workshops.
This is interesting because it was made in Germany by 'Kienzel' in the 1930s, a leading manufacturer who mass produced clocks and was able to undercut the English equivalent.
It has all the design features of the classic English wall clock including a brand name on the dial and giving it a London location.
The case is beautifully made and has been painted some time in the past probably to give it a more modern appearance but it would be easy to strip back to its original wood if prefered.
The clock is in full mechanical order and needs to be wound every 8 days.

36cm Dia x 15cm Deep



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Roger Lascelles has spent the past 35 years building a collection of vintage and antique clocks that is second to none.

He maintains a collection of over 500 clocks, ranging from antique longcase clocks to large external turret clock dials, from Bakelite mantel clocks to charming old French Bistro clocks.

Roger frequents antique markets and auction houses at home and abroad. With the help of a small team of skilled craftsmen, he enjoys restoring and reviving clocks that have seen better days to give them back their original charm and character.

He welcomes visitors by appointment to his 4,500 sq ft showroom and workshop in Wandsworth, South West London.

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