Can You Help us Identify this clock?

by Joanna Stodola
(Fuquay-Varina, NC)

We were told that this clock is from FRANCE at around the turn of the century. It came home with a Great-Grandfather from his Merchant Marine days.

It was purchased overseas, though we are NOT sure where. This clock has been in the family for many years.

It has Brass hands, a brass top piece with a girl and flowers (pictures are available). It has a large pendulum made of brass and a silver metal.

We have tried researching the names and had no luck (or at least not enough to make sense of it). The clock has original works inside and works very well. It is being well taken care of.

If you need pictures, or information, please contact us at We appreciate any and all information. Thanks in advance for your help.


Mark and Joanna Stodola

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