Mystery Clock by E. Farcot Paris.
19th Century French Mystery Clock.
A water clock is any timepiece in which time is measured by the regulated flow of liquid into (inflow type) or out from (outflow type) a vessel where the amount is then measured.
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This clock has three different barometers.
Gilt Bronze Striking Clock.
A lovely Junghans swinger clock with a cherub boy. Circa 1900
Rotating clock with temperature, barometric pressure, and compass.
Mahogany cased barograph with chart drawer that has set up and recording instructions. 9" x 15" x 9".
Junghans mystery swinger Dianna c. 1910.
The eyes of this dog tell the time!
A novelty Easel clock with a hand-painted porcelain dial. It has an 8 day movement. It is french, approx. 19th century, and is signed. It is 12" high.
An interesting little clock c. 1920. Tiny dial in the center of the flower. The movement is in the pot with a drive mechanism going up through the stem. Some restoration needed, buy as seen.
Small timepiece in the shape of a horse shoe.