Our antique American mantel clocks on your right are there for you to browse and please note that if you put your mouse over any of the images they will enlarge. Ansonia antique American clocks were and are the top end of the industry. Others were Seth Thomas, Gilbert, New Haven and Sessions.
Absolute Stunner by William L. Gilbert Co, Winsted, Connecticut. The "Orleans" mantel clock, c. 1910, has a beautiful molded glass case with gilded metal trim, front and rear bezels. This stunning American antique mantle clock features a lovely enameled dial with Arabic numerals, visible escapement and the Gilbert logo. It has an eight-day time and strike movement with two-jar faux mercury pendulum. The height is 11 inches and this fabulous piece of clock art would be a focal point of your mantle. For larger image click HERE. SOLD
This beauty is an 8 day time and strike crystal regulator Ansonia mantle clock, c 1914. The gilded brass and bronze case is in very nice condition with some wear to the gilding confined to the bottom rear. The original porcelain dial with a two piece open escapement is perfect and the beveled glass panels are perfect. The pendulum is Faux mercury. The height of this magnificent antique Ansonia mantle clock is 15inches approx. The original gold wash is perfect on the Nouveau cast top and bottom. This handsome Art Nouveau styled antique mantel clock strikes on the half hour and hour with a gong strike. A stunning looking antique mantle clock by Ansonia. SOLD
This wonderful antique American mantle clock, a top of the line of the Ansonia regulators for collectors, has actually outdone itself with this fine example. Normally the clock was sold without the benefit of side urns and without the gold gilding by Ansonia. This mantle clock is not only the upper tier of crystal regulators from Ansonia, but a very special model as it not only has the gold gilding, but the matching urns as well and may well be the only example of its kind. This beauty is from 1914 and in wonderful original and perfect condition, coming from the famed Miller collection. The Millers, noted collectors of this type of antique mantle clock stated that this was the only example of a 3 piece Emperor they had ever seen. The clock is 13 inches high, while the urns measure 12 inches. The vases are made of cut crystal and are absolutely stunning with their matching gilding and champlevé style adornment. For larger image click HERE. Price: UPON REQUEST.
A magnificent antique American mantel clock in excellent working condition, eight day wind, in the classic Art Nouveau style. The face has Arabic numeral markers on a white porcelain dial, signed ''Manufactured by Ansonia Clock Co. New York, USA''. This is a stunning looking antique mantel clock whose name truly befits the way it looks. This clock just reeks of grandness. The case ornaments are gold plated with the case in clean plated bronze. The porcelain dial is perfect and the hands and pendulum are original. The height of the Marchioness is 15.75". A truly gorgeous antique Ansonia mantle clock. Circa 1904. Price: SOLD
This is a very pretty Ansonia antique mantle clock, with the famous Royal Bonn German porcelain body, and entitled "La Farge", circa 1895. This group of small cased clocks came in Blue Delft cases or colored cases. This particular one is cobalt blue, with a delicate gold trim and some light painted flowers on all sides. It is just over 11 inches tall and has a shell style top with an open arch. This antique mantle clock like all from the famed Miller collection, is perfect. It possesses the famous Royal Bonn trademark on the back, painted gold. The back of the case is solid cobalt blue. This very pretty antique mantle clock has a brass back cover, correct Ansonia pendulum, a standing cathedral gong, and a signed 8 day round movement that is running perfectly and striking hours and half hours on the gong. There is beveled glass in the French sash, a decorated and signed one piece porcelain dial with a correct pair of Ansonia hands. SOLD
The Orchid by the Seth Thomas Clock Co. is a simple, yet lovely 8 day time and strike oval crystal regulator retailed by Shreve, Crump and Low Co., of Boston. This c 1913 gold finished case is in nice antique condition. This antique mantel clock has the original porcelain dial which is in perfect condition and the hands too are original. The beveled glass panels are perfect and the movement is signed. The approximate height of this charming oval antique mantel clock is 9.5 inches. SOLD