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Smart Watch GT08 Plus Clock Sync Notifier Support Sim Card Bluetooth Connectivity Android. Function: Chronograph,Permanent Calendar,Answer Call,Remote Control,Interactive Music,Message Reminder,Sleep Tracker,Call Reminder,Calendar,Dial Call,Push Message,Passometer,24 hour instruction,World TimeLanguage: French,Italian,Russian,Turkish,German,Spanish,Polish,Portuguese,EnglishBattery Capacity: 300-450mAhStyle: FashionScreen Shape: SquareROM: <128MBWaterproof Grade: Not WaterproofCPU Model…

Smart Watch GT08 Plus Clock Sync Notifier Support Sim Card Bluetooth Connectivity Android. Function: Chronograph,Permanent Calendar,Answer Call,Remote Control,Interactive Music,Message Reminder,Sleep Tracker,Call Reminder,Calendar,Dial Call,Push Message,Passometer,24 hour instruction,World TimeLanguage: French,Italian,Russian,Turkish,German,Spanish,Polish,Portuguese,EnglishBattery Capacity: 300-450mAhStyle: FashionScreen Shape: SquareROM: <128MBWaterproof Grade: Not WaterproofCPU Model…

A LARGE GILT-MOUNTED TURTLESHELL MUSICAL TABLE CLOCK FOR THE TURKISH MARKET, THE CASE ENGLISH, LATE 18TH CENTURY; THE MOVEMENTS FRENCH 20TH CENTURY

A LARGE GILT-MOUNTED TURTLESHELL MUSICAL TABLE CLOCK FOR THE TURKISH MARKET, THE CASE ENGLISH, LATE 18TH CENTURY; THE MOVEMENTS FRENCH 20TH CENTURY

By the French Huguenot emigre Daniel de St. Leu Musical Mahogany Longcase Clock for the Turkish Market, London, c. 1790, the pagoda top case with marquetry inlay throughout, brass sound vents backed by fabric in the hood, brass stop-fluted columns flanking the composite brass and painted dial signed in the arch Dan(l). de St. Leu./Watch Maker/To Her Majesty/London, two subsidiary dials, object left for the four-tune selection all marked Morisea Aria,

By the French Huguenot emigre Daniel de St. Leu Musical Mahogany Longcase Clock for the Turkish Market, London, c. 1790, the pagoda top case with marquetry inlay throughout, brass sound vents backed by fabric in the hood, brass stop-fluted columns flanking the composite brass and painted dial signed in the arch Dan(l). de St. Leu./Watch Maker/To Her Majesty/London, two subsidiary dials, object left for the four-tune selection all marked Morisea Aria,

This musical clock by William Carpenter is typical of the kind of elaborate exotic time-piece made in London for export to the East in the late 18th century. Turkey, China and India were the principal destinations for these clocks. Ownership & Use The measurement of time was only one small feature of these clocks. This clock offered a choice of six tunes - two dances, two jigs, a song and a march. The figures dressed in 18th-century costume mounted on the clock, hold bells. The standing…

Automaton clock

This musical clock by William Carpenter is typical of the kind of elaborate exotic time-piece made in London for export to the East in the late 18th century. Turkey, China and India were the principal destinations for these clocks. Ownership & Use The measurement of time was only one small feature of these clocks. This clock offered a choice of six tunes - two dances, two jigs, a song and a march. The figures dressed in 18th-century costume mounted on the clock, hold bells. The standing…

Roblin & Fils Freres Late 19th Century French Gilt Brass & Sevres Style, Porcelain Plaque Turkish Table Clock

Roblin & Fils Freres Late 19th Century French Gilt Brass & Sevres Style, Porcelain Plaque Turkish Table Clock

Bracket clock Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1790 (made

Bracket clock

Bracket clock Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1790 (made

John Henry Borrell was Henry Perigal’s father. He was a Huguenot Swiss1 clockmaker living in London. Amongst other things he made musical clocks for the Turkish market and we assume Henry Perigal went to Smyrna to promote the sale of his father’s clocks

John Henry Borrell was Henry Perigal’s father. He was a Huguenot Swiss1 clockmaker living in London. Amongst other things he made musical clocks for the Turkish market and we assume Henry Perigal went to Smyrna to promote the sale of his father’s clocks

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