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Clocks today go far beyond the standard cuckoo or grandfather styles — everything from a futuristic digital alarm clock to a simplistic wood grain piece can add a touch of personal style and functional flair to your home. Whether you’re mounting your clock on your wall as a focal point, using it as a bedside reference, or adorning your desk, a clock is always a useful addition to any space. Today, there are a wide range of features that clocks have, and a range of functions they can provide. Radio, alarms, satellite radio, and more are all part of a potential package. Like any home appliance, it’s simply a matter of thinking about what you want to get out of this clock, and how much you want to spend. You will look at your clock constantly (especially if you’re a highly punctual person!), so make sure you absolutely love it! In terms of general functionality, don’t choose a piece with Roman Numerals if you have a hard time reading them; conversely, if you can’t stand the neon glare of digital numbers, consider an analog clock. Aesthetically, you’ll also want to ensure that your new clock purchase also works well with the accessories and home decor you currently have. (houzz.com)

  • Bayard ceramic wall clock made in France

    Bayard wall clock made in France

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    Beautiful Bayard wall clock made in France in the 1950s. It features a laminated wood green case (Formica/Laminex) and an Art Deco dial. This clock can give a sophisticated touch to any room. This is a mechanical clock and has to be manually winded once a week to operate. It is in very good condition with only small age-related traces.  
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    Lot of 2 table clocks (Junghans, Jerger) made in Germany
    Lot of 2 table clocks (Junghans, Jerger) made in Germany

    Lot of 2 table clocks (Junghans, Jerger) made in Germany

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    Lot of 2 table clocks (Junhans, Jerger) made in Germany in the 1960s. Both clocks features the International Style lines and shapes and are characterized by a clean, functional, minimalist design. Both are in full working order. Each of them need to be manually winded once a day to operate. Jerger: The company was founded by the clockmaker Wilhelm Jerger (1845–1921) in 1866 and was active for 34 years before merging with the Uhrenfabrik Villingen. Jerger Clock's history is especially interesting today because around 1900 there was a dispute in the German horolitas about which firm, Jerger or Junghans, had first made Amerikanerwerke (American type movements). Jerger proved the first, and the Grand Duke of Baden awarded Jerger the Zähringer Löwenorden (The Order of the Lion) for his services to Baden. Junhans: Junghans Uhren GmbH is a German watch and clock manufacturer. The company was founded in 1861 and is located in Schramberg, Baden-Württemberg. By 1903, Junghans had the largest watch and clock factory with over 3000 employees. Beginning in the 1950s, the Bauhaus designer Max Bill created clocks and watches for Junghans and the relationship lasted many years. A remarkable example of his work is a wall clock he designed in 1956/57 that is in the collection of The Museum of Modern Art (New York). In 1962 Bill also created mechanical wristwatches for Junghans – impressive timepieces, not only for their aesthetic design, but also their precision. In the late 1980s, Junghans introduced the first radio-controlled table clock on the world market. In 1990 the first radio-controlled wristwatch, called the MEGA 1, followed. In 1995 Junghans presented a solar powered watch with ceramic housing. Together with the Japanese clock maker Seiko, Junghans developed a globally oriented wristwatch that automatically sets the local time in respective time zones.
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  • Beautiful Mom mantel clock in wooden case
    Beautiful Mom mantel clock in wooden case

    Beautiful Mom mantel clock in wooden case

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    Beautiful Mom mantel clock made in the 1940s in Hungary. It features a very elegant varnished wood case. This clock can give a sophisticated touch to any room. This is a mechanical clock and has to be manually winded once a week to operate. It is in very good condition with only small age-related traces.  
    100 
  • Garant porcelain wall clock made in Germany in the 1940s
    Garant porcelain wall clock made in Germany in the 1940s

    Garant porcelain wall clock made in Germany in the 1940s

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    Beautiful Garant Art Deco wall clock made of ceramic (porcelain) in the 1940s in Germany. This is a mechanical clock in full working order and need to be manually winded once a day to operate. It is in very good condition with only small age-related traces.
    150 
  • Art Deco mantel clock in wooden case
    Art Deco mantel clock in wooden case

    Art Deco mantel clock in wood case

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    Beautiful Art Deco mantel clock made in the 1950s. It features a very elegant wood case and a precise geometric game. It is in very good condition with only small age-related traces.
    100 
  • Very rare and spectacular Luxor Swiss table clock
    Very rare and spectacular Luxor Swiss table clock

    Very rare and spectacular Luxor Swiss table clock

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    Spectacular and very rare Luxor Swiss table clock made in the 1940s. This golden clock is an exponent of Art Deco aesthetics: supple and elegant lines, geometric shape, some decorative elements (the twisted little bar at the top). This is a 8 days mechanical clock with alarm (it has to be manually winded once a week to operate). It is in very good condition with only small age-related traces. Luxor clocks are highly prized by collectors around the world, both for their mechanism and aspect.  
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    Lot of 4 vintage table clocks (Blessing, Mauthe, Prim & Ruhla)
    Lot of 4 vintage table clocks (Blessing, Mauthe, Prim & Ruhla)

    Lot of 4 vintage table clocks (Blessing, Mauthe, Prim & Ruhla)

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    Lot of 4 vintage table clocks made in Germany (Blessing, Mauthe, & Ruhla) and Czechoslovakia (Prim).  All are in full working order. Each of them need to be manually winded once a day to operate. Blessing: made in Germany in the 1950s, this mechanical alarm clock features Art Deco elements (hour marks, clock hands, clock base) and also the International Style aesthetics. Kept in very good vintage condition. Mauthe: made in Germany in the 1940s, this is an Art Deco mechanical alarm clock. The case, in beige, is in sharp contrast to the black dial. At the top and in the lower area, the golden accents complete the sober and elegant image of this clock. Although is kept in a good overall condition, there are some very discrete scratches on the glass; also the phosphorus on the hour and minute hands of the clock have some minor defects. Prim: made in Czechoslovakia in the 1970s, this is a metal case mechanical alarm clock. Kept in very good condition, this item is characterized by a minimalist, beautiful, modern look. Ruhla: made in Germany in the 1970s, this mechanical alarm clock features a bright orange plastic case and a black dial with bold, prominent, hour marks. A beautiful and highly collectible table clock, featuring an Atomic/Space Era aesthetics.
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