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Rococo Long Case Clock from Northern Sweden

Rococo long case clock from northern Sweden. The shape of the case is rococo and the expression is unique for the area Jämtland in Sweden. Made by hand during the late 1700s in pine with hand carved decor. A long … Continue reading

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Rococo Long Case Clock from Northern Sweden

Rococo long case clock from Northern Sweden made around 1810 to 1820. The clock is dry scraped to the original first layer of paint and it’s distressed with the patina of time. This clock has a large decorations at the … Continue reading

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Classic Swedish Long-Case Clock from the Medelpad

Classic Swedish long-case clock from the province Medelpad in Northern Sweden. Made around 1820 with the classic rococo shape with hand carved wood decorations. The shell shaped decoration at the top of the head is one of those and the … Continue reading

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Long Case Clock with Rococo Shape from Southern Sweden

Long case clock with rococo shape from southern Sweden. The clock is hand-made from pine with hand-craved decor. Dry scraped to traces of the original green, red and gold paint. The curved shape typical for the rococo period is accented … Continue reading

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Genuine Long Case Clock from Northern Sweden

Genuine long case clock from northern Sweden with the classic rococo shape. Made in painted pine with traces of the original paint. Healthy and solid. Comes with the original mechanism, pendulum and weights. The clock mechanism has been serviced and … Continue reading

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Corner Clock Bureau Cabinet from Northern Sweden

Corner clock bureau cabinet from Northern Sweden made circa 1820. This country house furniture is in two parts and made specifically to be placed in corners. Made in painted pine with faux paint and original wear and distress after 200 … Continue reading

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Swedish Clock Bureau Cabinet Rococo and Gustavian

Swedish clock bureau cabinet from the transitional period between rococo and gustavian, around 1810. The clock cabinet is from Northern Sweden and dry scraped by hand to old historic paint. The cabinet combines multiple furnitures by having both the writing … Continue reading

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Swedish Bureau Clock Cabinet with Original Paint

Swedish bureau clock cabinet from northern Sweden made around 1840 to 1860. The cabinet has a dating 1863 but is likely older than that. A good example of old ingenuity and compact living this piece combines three functions in one … Continue reading

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Rococo Long Case Clock in Swedish Pine

Rococo long case clock with a case in pine and dry scraped to the original first layer of paint. The clock is a so called Fryksdals clock named after the village Fryksdalen in Värmland where it’s originally from. Made in Sweden … Continue reading

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Swedish Long Case Clock with Rococo Influences

Swedish long case clock from the 1820s to 1840s. The clock has a rococo shape with the original blue green paint where the multiple tones of the paint contributes to the genuine antique character. The case is pine and the … Continue reading

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