This stunning antique Mora clock was made in the early 19th century in Sweden.
The piece is made from pine wood and features original hand painted details.
Arabic numbers were used for dial and signed by Jacob Öberg, No 250. There is original clockwork.
The case has been scraped till its original painting and refinished with shellac.
Measures H210cm x W57cm x D23cm
This is astunning single hand Swedish Mora clock with the original mechanism from early 1800s. Blacksmiths previous smelted, from several metal plates, and forged the clock metal frame, which is visible as the frame is bumpy. Arabic numbers were used for the dials. The case has a hand forged strap hinge from the early 19th century. There is a signature on the dial under white colour by J. Grundin. This clockmaster lived (1790- 1863)
This movement is fully functional: cleaned, oiled and restored originaly with one clock hand. Include pendulum and 4 iron weights. The clock case repainted in light grey colour. The base has carved details in gold colour. After arriving in the new home may require balancing.
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This is a stunning swedish Mora clock with the original mechanism from 1828. Arabic numbers were used for the dials. There is a signature on the dial : A. Anderson and on the case: S.A.S 1828 .
This movement is fully functional: cleaned, oiled and restored originaly. Include original pendulum and 2 iron weights. The clock case painted in green and orange colour. The base has carved details in orange colour. After arriving in the new home may require balancing. To the narrowness of the clock it should stand on a flat floor and ideally be secured to the wall in that position and that to ensure accurate timekeeping. Measures H210cm x W60cm x D22cm
Antique second half of the 18th century Scandinavian baroque Grandfather long case clock.
The body is definitely repainted in black and gold paints in the 1900s.
Antique Mora clock from Norrköping has an antique white painted body. It symbolises the historic charm
of Swedish home and tradition as a present given to the new family to bring fertility.
This item is an antique piece and with beautiful history.