White ceramic clock. 6”deep, 10” high, 9” wide
We it is of German origin. Not sure where grandmother got it. She was born in 1890, died in 1961.
Thank you for submitting your item for appraisal. This appears to be a german table clock of the early 20th century. The slip cast clock case in a neo rococo style is adorned with attached porcelain flowers. The porcelain mark is a Meissen imitation mark, consisting of crossed swords and the monogram SV, possibly an early porcelain mark of Johan Seltmann Vohenstrauß or Gräfenthal.
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