Fine Art Deco Bulle Electric Clock
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Fine Art Deco Bulle Electric Clock:
From collector's estate, rare, Art Deco, Bulle electric clock. 12"W x 9"T x 3 3/4"D. Bulle clocks were invented by Maurice Favre-Bulle circa 1920 in France. This clock, according to the internet, is the model XA, in the "Lightening" pattern. The case is refinished with the usual dings due to age. Front has fine inlay in what looks like quarter-sawn mahogany veneer. Top and sides have a figured burl texture. Original face is slightly worn, with clearly displayed Bulle trademark and country of origin. Hands are tarnished. Beautiful flawless beveled glass close. Some tarnish to brass. Original gnurled brass feet with fifth leveling foot on back edge, bottom. Original brass placard on the back left corner. Veneer chip, lower back, right corner. Operating condition is unknown as it is without a battery connected to provide electricity.This clock was taken directly from a shelf of long-term storage of a late collector's estate. As such it is sold "as is" without warranty. Shipping to the lower 48 states. Packing, shipping, tracking and insurance will be via UPS. Please be sure to ask all questions prior to offerding to insure satisfaction with purchase.