1900 Beautiful Gustav Becker Wall Clock. Fully Restored And In Working Order
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1900 Beautiful Gustav Becker Wall Clock. Fully Restored And In Working Order:
Beautiful Gustav Becker Wall Clock Made Circa 1900. Fully Restored and in Working Order
This smart German Gustav Becker wall clock boasts a flawless finish and a careful restoration that have given it back its beauty and splendor. The clock has also been revised and adjusted to provide a perfect working order, chiming the hours and the halves. This is a clock made circa 1900 that is more than one hundred years old and boasts a timeless and stylish design. It is signed in the face and the movement and is a collector’s piece as well as a lovely decorative and functional item. The wooden and glass box is austere and balanced, and the clear veneer makes a nice contrast with the dark lathed columns and details. Gustav Becker brand was created in 1899, five years after the death of the prestigious clockmaker after whom it was named: Gustav Eduard Becker. In 1930 the brand united with Junghans and after the end of the II World War Gustav Becker clocks stopped being produced. Nowadays this name is a sign of quality and beauty, the features that made Gustav Becker’s clocks so famous and their maker rich and popular. Their prestige became so high that in 1875 Becker had over 300.000 orders from all over the world. His clocks won gold medals in many international clock fairs held in places such as Sydney, Amsterdam or Paris. The clock we can see in the images has a wooden box with glass front door. The pieces are delicately covered with mahogany veneer disposed in different directions to create a decorative and dynamic design. Two dark wooden columns flank the front glass door, both finely turn. The decorative detail located under the box is similar in style to the columns, and also the crowning piece. In the middle of this one we can see a mask-shaped brass detail. The clock’s face is white with black Roman numbers and bears the brand monogram (GB). The same letters, with a logo in the shape of a crowned anchor and the word Silesia (the city where Becker was born and where the company was established), can also be seen engraved in the movement. This striking clock from the beginning of the 20th century will stand out anywhere thanks to its lovely design, perfect condition and ancient age. A unique piece for a unique room. Measurements: Width: 380 mm. Height: 950 mm. Depth: 15 mm.
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