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8 Day WUBA Warmink Stoelklok

Miniature 8 Day Zaanse Clock

Miniature 8 Day Zaanse clock with a dark burlwood and high gloss brass ornaments. Rare to find a such a small, high quality miniature with 8 day movement. Runs beautifully and strikes hours and half hours on a clear high tone bell. Clock measures approximately 19" X 7" X 6". 

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Vintage 8 day Stoelklok made by Wuba Warmink. In perfect running condition. Keeps precise time. Strikes hours and half hours on a high tone bell. This particular style of Wuba clock is quite rare. Beautiful hand painted dial with working moonphase and lovely painting on the case. Clock measures approximately 19" X 10.5" X 6.5"




Dutch Staartklok c. 1880

This staartklok dates from the last quarter of the 19th century.  It has a lovely mahogany case.  The leather on the top of the case has been replaced – originally it would have been leather or canvas.  The finials (knoppen in Dutch) are accurate reproductions and go well with the mahogany case.  It has pressed dial spandrels below a typical Dutch pastoral scene.  The painting is original.  The clock is in good running order with time, strike and alarm.  This clock is 50” tall and is ready to run daily for a long time!

K524  $599.00



Vintage WUBA Warmink Staartklok

Vintage WUBA Warmink Staartklok with a beautiful burlwood case. 8 day movement has been serviced and clock runs reliably, striking the hours and half hours on a high tone bell. Features traditional figures, moonphase and a handpainted dial. This style of  WUBA clocks are quite rare. Measures 30" X 9" X 6" including the figures.







Dutch Staartklok c. 1880

This is a good example of a 19th Century Staartklok.  The case is in excellent condition with the original orange varnish.  There are applied spandrels.  The movement has been professionally serviced.  The figures are modern replacements, but are completely accurate.





 Antique movement in a newer case.  The movement in this clock dates to around 1800-1810.  It has been serviced and is in good running order.  The case and dial are newer, but completely authentic in every way.  They were made in the same town in Friesland, using some of the same tools and methods that would have been used on the original case.  Schipperje clocks are quite rare.  $ 995