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Art Deco Electric Clock*
Eye-catching Art Deco mains electric clock with a very Lorenzl looking young lady reclining in front of a semi-circular tinted mirror.
The clock face is minimalist in style with just four buttons to mark the quarters and stylised openwork hour and minute hands.
Probably imported from France before being fitted with the movement which is by Smiths English Clocks Ltd.
We have had the electrics and the movement checked and all is in good working order. Just a touch under 38 cm wide by 8 cm deep although the motor housing at the back adds another 4 cm. The height is 23 cm.