Art Nouveau pendulum clock, probably designed by Albin Müller

Item number: B81500.2

Art Nouveau clock with pendulum, around 1905.

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The clock is attributed to Albin Müller. Müller celebrated international success with his designs. For example, he received the Grand Prix at the St. Louis World Exhibition in 1904 for the design and execution of a gentleman's room (the so-called Magdeburg room). He received further recognition for artistic cast iron work (paperweights, candlesticks, etc.).

Body hammered and riveted sheet brass, faceted sight glass and dial with Arabic numerals. The movement is a Junghans winding mechanism, intact, but should be overhauled. Condition: Complete, no damage. The body was not polished, original patina.

Lit: Erich Feldhaus: Recent work by Albinmüller. (= Neue Werkkunst) Friedrich Ernst Hübsch Verlag, Berlin / Leipzig 1927.

Dimensions & details
- height 29 cm
- 18 x 8 cm

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Epoche: Jugendstil (1895-1910)
Material: Messing
Shipping weight: 1,75 Kg
Product weight: 1,20 Kg
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