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    Sale 2818

    European Noble and Private Collections

    31 March - 1 April 2009, Amsterdam

  • Lot 62

    A SMALL DANISH STAINED FRUITWOOD AND BRASS-MOUNTED STRIKING BRACKET CLOCK WITH REPEAT

    JENS VILLADSEN BUNDGAARD, FRIISENBORG. MID 18TH CENTURY

    Price Realised  

    A SMALL DANISH STAINED FRUITWOOD AND BRASS-MOUNTED STRIKING BRACKET CLOCK WITH REPEAT
    JENS VILLADSEN BUNDGAARD, FRIISENBORG. MID 18TH CENTURY
    The case with brass handle to the bell top, flanked by stylized urn finials, brass-lined front door, glazed side panels, stepped and moulded base with pierced and engraved foliate skirt on baluster feet, the brass dial with signature roundel in the arch signed Bundgaard, silvered pewter foliate spandrels to an engraved pewter chapter ring, the trellis engraved centre signed Fryfenborg, brass hands, the movement with four baluster pillars, twin line fusees, balance spring with verge escapement, hour strike and repeat on one bell to the underside
    28 cm. high (handle up)


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    Jens Villadsen Bundgaard (1713-1782), recorded working in Friisenborg in the province of Aarhus, North Jutland.
    Bundgaard is regarded as a famous Danish clockmaker, known for his high quality movements.

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