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Early Swedish table clock by Clos Wolper - Details:

Clos Wolpher Swedish table clock This high quality Swedish table clock was made by Clos Wolpher around 1730. It strikes and repeats on a bell mounted in the base.

The glazed side panels offer a view of the nicely engraved barrel and pillars. The clock is in excellent original condition with very crisp engraving showing little wear.


Circa 1700.

Dimensions:
4"x4"x3.5"





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Clos Wolpher (1696-1759) was a highly regarded clockmaker working out of Dalarna, Sweden in the first half of the 18th Century. His work is in Royal collections and was commissioned by the wealthy and famous who wanted the best pocket watch, table clock, wall or mantle clock. He donated all his property to a school in By, Sweden on his death.


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