An austrian silver, enemal and lapislazuli clock, ca. 1880 by Hermann Böhm


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Hermann Böhm was with Hermann Ratzersdorfer, a famous Austrian practicioner of Revivalist goldsmith's work in painted enamels and hard stone. The Vienna silversmith's workshop of Hermann Böhm was established in 1866 and specialised in historical revival styles, exhibiting "Bijouterie im antiken Styl" at the Vienna world fair to great acclaim in 1877. Polychrome enamelled dial, rich relief decor with polychrome enemal paint, silver, gold plated. Marked with austrian controll and maker´s mark "HB" Clock duration: 1 day

Current list price: €12.000,00

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19th century (1800-1899)
Place of origin:
19th Century
Dimensions (cm):
24H x
Dimensions (inch):
9,45H x
Creator / Artist:
Böhm Hermann
Enamel, Polychrome, Gold plated, Silver , Stoneware
Very good;
Inventory ID:
Hermann Böhm
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