This is the type of clock that was made in the Netherlands circa 1850. The central image represents a coastal castle and includes two ornate swans in the water. In the arch, the recessed middle section includes a well-to-do home with guards flanking on the left and right sections. At the top of the arch is a run of houses and a sight we are very familiar with: windmills.
The clock face uses a heavy sheet metal with a substantial amount of copper, which is very a good paint surface. However, this surface has a few issues going on: heavy dirt particulates across the surface, and areas of paint loss, and areas of gilding loss.
We will carefully clean the clock face and in-paint and in-gild where losses have occurred. Stay tuned for more…
Have face with some chips. can send photo if you supply phone number. need price quote.
Please send request and photograph to email@example.com. Thank you, Kari