Edwardian Sterling Silver Desk or Travel Clock Frame By George A. Henckel & Co
Circa 1910 Edwardian time period sterling silver frame designed for a clock component to this piece is missing. This is a very unusual piece made by George A Henckel most likely in the late 1910's in the Edwardian style. Monogrammed with what looks like the letter S. The use was likely as a office desk clock/time piece holder. Heavy wear to the old velvet, losses to the material on the rest with missing ribbon to hold the rest in place. The velvet material needs replaced on this.
Weighs 162.1 grams all inclusive
Engraved with the Letter S
4 5/8" wide at the bottom
Just Under 3 4/8" wide at the top
Just Under 7/8" deep
Front Opening Width - 58mm
Inside Width - 71mm
Inside Depth - 19MM
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This item condition is overall Good condition needing attention to the velvet/cloth wrapped back side.
This item will be shipped via USPS First Class Mail, fully insured and a signature may be required at delivery.
IVL - DD5
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Tags: Antique eclectic silver, Return, Time pocket, Used
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