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A Swedish late baroque table clock by Vincent Schultz (clockmaker in Stockholm 1728-1764).
A swedish late baroque table clock by vincent schultz (clockmaker in stockholm 1728-1764).
A swedish late baroque table clock by vincent schultz (clockmaker in stockholm 1728-1764).
A swedish late baroque table clock by vincent schultz (clockmaker in stockholm 1728-1764).
A swedish late baroque table clock by vincent schultz (clockmaker in stockholm 1728-1764).
A swedish late baroque table clock by vincent schultz (clockmaker in stockholm 1728-1764).
A swedish late baroque table clock by vincent schultz (clockmaker in stockholm 1728-1764).
A swedish late baroque table clock by vincent schultz (clockmaker in stockholm 1728-1764).
A swedish late baroque table clock by vincent schultz (clockmaker in stockholm 1728-1764).
A swedish late baroque table clock by vincent schultz (clockmaker in stockholm 1728-1764).

Painted in black with gilt chinoiserie. Dial and clockwork marked "Vincent Schultz Stockholm". Height 41, width 25 cm. Pendulum and keys included. Key included.

Wear. Colour losses. Not function tested.

Droit de suite: No
Estimate: 

30 000 - 40 000 SEK

3 024 - 4 032 EUR

Hammer price: 
26 000 SEK
Provenance

Statssekreteraren Carl Erik Wadenstierna (1723-1787), Näs.
Thence by decent through the famillies Mannerheim and Silfverstolpe
remaining in situ at Näs in Rö, Roslagen, untill mid 1980s
Through inheritance present owner.

Purchasing info
Contact specialist
Henrik Åberg
Stockholm
Henrik Åberg
Specialist Furniture and Works of Art
+46 (0)8 614 08 37