Condition Report For Lot# 380 :
the solid stone case has the usual minor edge chips, and the top lion appears to have been gold-painted. The other castings are nicely gilded. The unusual skeletonized single-train movement looks like ones in Farcot swinging doll clocks, but in this case the pendulum swings side to side, impulsed by a visible escapement and crutch fork below the movement plates. The porcelain dial has a few very faint hairlines, and the minute hand is a repaired mismatch to the hour hand. There never was a front bezel or glass; this clock would originally have been displayed under a glass dome. Ht 14"