Ansonia “philosopher” Statue Clock

Ansonia Figural clock

Ansonia Figural clock

Description

A late 19th century Ansonia “Philosopher” model figural clock. 8-day time & strike movement with open escapement and 2 part porcelain dial. Enameled Iron case with “Silvered” Spelter fittings. Minor case wear, dial hairlines, lacks rear door. 15″ high. ESTIMATE $400-600

Condition

Minor case wear, dial hairlines, lacks rear door.

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Ansonia “Philosopher” Clock

Description

A Late 19th Century Ansonia “Philosopher” Figural Mantle Clock. Eight day time and strike movement with open escapement and enameled Porcelain Dial. Having a Patinated metal case and figure of a Philosopher, shown seated and at work, atop an Ebonized iron base. Some wear to the metal, scratched crystal, flake to the enamel on the face near the IV. 17 1/2″ wide x 15″ high. ESTIMATE $300-500

Condition

Some wear to the metal, scratched crystal, flake to the enamel on the face near the IIII.

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ANSONIA GILT METAL, PHILOSOPHER, FIGURAL CLOCK

Description

ANSONIA GILT METAL, PHILOSOPHER, FIGURAL CLOCK. HEIGHT 15″; WIDTH 17 1/2″ (FINIAL MISSING) **DUE TO THE SIZE AND/OR FRAGILITY OF THIS LOT, STANDARD IN-HOUSE SHIPPING IS NOT AVAILABLE. PLEASE CONTACT THE GALLERY FOR A LIST OF TRUCKERS.**

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Ansonia “Philosopher” Statue Clock

Description

Ansonia “Philosopher” Statue Clock: Has an unsigned DSD with Arabic numerals and visible escapement; 8 day T & S signed brass movement; with the pendulum and key.

The clock is running at this time.

14″ Tall

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3 Ansonia Clock Figures

Description

Three Early 20th Century Ansonia Spelter Clock Figures. Including “Racine” (No. 1098), “Philosopher”, and figure No. 1073 (Van Dyke?). No apparent markings. Each shows wear to the metal, figure 1073 shows damage at both hands. From 8″ to 9 1/4″ high. ESTIMATE $100-200

Condition

Each shows wear to the metal, figure 1073 shows damage at both hands. From 8″ to 9 1/4″ high.

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