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A Bulle Electric Wall Clock, signed Bulle-Clock, Brevete, S.G.D.G, patented, case back with a Bulle-Clock instructions label and an aperture for the battery, Join Tennants’ mailing list and stay up to date with auction news.
Read more. Mantel clocks or ‘Shelf clocks’ are relatively small house clocks traditionally placed on the shelf, or mantel, above the fireplace. The form, first developed in France in the s, can be distinguished from earlier chamber clocks of similar size due to a lack of carrying handles. These clocks are often highly ornate, decorative works. They are most frequently constructed from any combination of ormolu, porcelain, and wood.
One of the most common and valued types of mantel clocks are the French Empire-style timepieces.
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Aug 21, – A rare French industrial wall clock dating to the s/s. The timepiece was created by the famous Bulle company and once hung in the.
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Repair of an Eureka Battery Clock
The photo shows the clock as received. The door has been retained by the owner as their is no point in sending glass through the post especially as the case is in good condition and not in need of repair or polishing. The pendulum has been secured for transit by the use of foam pipe lagging wrapped around the bar magnet.
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Restoration of a Eureka Electric clock. The Eureka clock was designed by T Powers an American engineer and patented by the Kutnow brothers in The current drain is about 1. You can see the new spring fitted in the jig ready to be filed to shape, the punch below is used to punch out the holes for the retaining screws. It is important that the spring and flag are made the correct length or contact with the silver pin will be in the wrong place and impulse to the balance will be poor.
Contact should take place about 30 deg. If it does it will have a braking effect on the balance and the clock will stop!! Some Eureka clocks have elongated holes for fixing the contact spring to the block which makes setting up a little easier and some are fixed, also some of these clocks have a second stiffening spring fitted to give a firmer contact to the silver pin, the thickness of the spring should be 0.
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One of the earliest of the Type A Bulle clocks, serial number , dated around The fact that the whole of the movement is visible in this model makes it one of the more popular designs. The pendulum consists of a coil which passes over the curved bar magnet with three poles North at either end and South in the centre, or vice cersa. As an electrical current is briefly imparted to the coil, it is attracted towards one end of the bar.
It then naturally falls back to and over-runs the centre, when the impulse is again imparted to attract it to the other end.
Declaration: Bulle Art Deco Electric Mantel Clock s has been declared an antique and was approved for sale on Date Of Manufacture. This item was.
Favre, s View More. Want more images or videos? Contact Seller. Favre, s. One of the first battery operated clocks of the s. The frosted glass case has etched stylized numerals and is attributed to have been made by Lalique. The stepped wooden plinth is ebonized. Although the original battery size is no longer available we have converted to take a modern battery with a quartz movement. The original movement will be sent with the clock. Details Creator. Favre Clockmaker.
Height: 6. Art Deco Of the Period.
Restoration of Bulle Clock Serial Number 1583 – Horologix
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Item: Art Deco Electrical Bulle Clock Mantel Clock Inlaid with Rosewood Maker: Signed Bulle-Clock, retailer Jarrot Sarrote Biaritz; Origin: France; Date/Period.
We are sorry for the disappointment. Synchronome master clocks are difficult to date. Although they are serial numbered, little evidence exists to tie numbers to dates. John Hubert has collated records from various sources to create a database of serial numbers, design changes and, where possible, dates of manufacture. The database is available for download here AHS membership log-on required.
Started in , the Gents master clock survey has now closed January The Electrical Horology Group has been in existence since and has over members worldwide. EHG members share an interest in all electrical horology, from the early beginnings in the 19th century right up to relatively modern quartz and atomic clocks. The diversity of approach in applying electrical power to winding or maintaining a clock is immense, and the ingenuity of solutions to the problems encountered is fascinating.
A variety of venues is used; please check Antiquarian Horology or this page for the latest programme information. Meetings may involve formal lectures, short talks, visits to places of horological interest, exhibitions, visits to private collections, and so forth. The Annual General Meeting is held in November and is often combined with a special lecture given by a guest speaker. The Group publishes technical papers from time to time on electrical horology matters that may not have a wide enough appeal for inclusion in the Journal.
These papers are available to Group members.