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  1. Music Box Teaching Clock

    The rotating dial of the 1968 colorful clock taught generations of preschoolers how to tell time, in tune with the classic tune of My Grandfather's Clock. 11'' h. Learn More
    $29.00

  2. Art Nouveau Clock

    An impish sprite, wearing a long-flowing gold gown, is the focus of this slender Art Nouveau clock. The detailed sculpting is highlighted by golden roses which can be found in the wreath, along the sides of the piece, and on the back of the base. 13". Learn More
    $49.00

  3. Bonzo Dog House Clock

    What Does Bonzo Know? Why do some comic characters capture our imagination for decades and decades after their creation? Is it their devil-may-care manner? Their sense of the ridiculous? And why is it that most of these characters are animals - especially cats or dogs? Bonzo is one, for certain, a pudgy spotted pup created by George Studdy of England in the 1920's. Bonzo became so popular that he appeared in books, figurines, clocks, postcards and pintrays. The antique collectibles are very expensive, if you can find them. But here's good news! Now a German porcelain firm, under license, is re-creating several Bonzo porcelain figures they originally made in the 1920's. Bonzo's Doghouse Clock is a battery operated clock. 6". GH-127 Learn More

    Regular Price: $115.00

    Special Price $25.00

  4. Purple Lady Kit-Kat Klock with Pearls

    Same clock, same company, same smile, still made in American after 80 years. First invented in a small Oregon town by Earl Arnault in 1932, the Kit-Kat Klock cheered America during those Depression Years with its signature wagging tail, rolling eyes, and contagious smile. Sure, 80 years later, he's seen some changes (now battery run) but the basic design remains, and is still made in USA, now in California. 15"l. including the wagging tail. Purple Lady Kit-Kat Klock with Pearls. GH-553. $59. Learn More
    $59.00

  5. NAUTILUS TABLE CLOCK BY PENDULUX

    The Nautilus Table Clock is every bit as complex and precise as the turn-of-the-century French torpedo that inspired the shape and components on this imaginative clock. The intricate cast-aluminum timepiece is replete with brass details including a solid brass four-blade propeller and operable dive planes. This stunning legacy piece features a heavy marble base and brass portholes with acrylic windows. Clock is battery-operated (AA). 17 ½". GH-550. $399. Learn More
    $399.00

  6. RED KIT KAT KLOCK

    Same clock, same company, same smile and still made in America after 80 years. We even offer him in the original black as well a selection of other vibrant colors.15". GH-551. $59. Learn More
    $59.00

  7. Strawberry Ice Lady Kit-Kat Klock with Pearls

    Same clock, same company, same smile, still made in American after 80 years. First invented in a small Oregon town by Earl Arnault in 1932, the Kit-Kat Klock cheered America during those Depression Years with its signature wagging tail, rolling eyes, and contagious smile. Sure, 80 years later, he's seen some changes (now battery run) but the basic design remains, and is still made in USA, now in California. 15"l. including the wagging tail. Strawberry Ice Lady Kit-Kat Klock with Pearls. GH-546. $59. Learn More
    $59.00

  8. Classic Black Kit-Kat Clock

    Same clock, same company, same smile, still made in American after 80 years. First invented in a small Oregon town by Earl Arnault in 1932, the Kit-Kat Klock cheered America during those Depression Years with its signature wagging tail, rolling eyes, and contagious smile. Sure, 80 years later, he's seen some changes (now battery run) but the basic design remains, and is still made in USA, now in California. 15"l. including the wagging tail. Classic Black Kit-Kat Klock with Bow-Tie. GH-545. Learn More
    $59.00

  9. Tinted Glass Watch

    Antique Gold Pocket-Watch Necklaces. We offer a necklace in the shape of a classic pocket watch. Though the time can be set on the dial the piece is purely decorative. Tinted Glass Watch. 2 ". JE-238. $25. Learn More
    $25.00

  10. Blue Lady Kit-Kat Klock with Pearls

    Same clock, same company, same smile, still made in American after 80 years. First invented in a small Oregon town by Earl Arnault in 1932, the Kit-Kat Klock cheered America during those Depression Years with its signature wagging tail, rolling eyes, and contagious smile. Sure, 80 years later, he's seen some changes (now battery run) but the basic design remains, and is still made in USA, now in California. 15"l. including the wagging tail. Blue Lady Kit-Kat Klock with Pearls. GH-552. $59. Learn More
    $59.00

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