L' eco design Italien pour ce fauteuil en carton et bois! http://www.sogreendesign.com/fr/marques/lessmore/fauteuil-x2chair.html
Gears Andreas Liechti (Winterthur, Switzerland, 1582–1650). Swiss Striking Wall Clock, 1603 with later dialplate.
The completed tellurian, orrery and subsidiary dial banks. This is the "crown" to Pouvillon's creation and contains 563 parts. Compare this to the several examples of how this would have looked originally before Pouvillon's addition of the orrery and subsidiary dials. I think that original maker would have been impressed.
cast iron hubley - scottie
painted furniture / Italian
Twist Chair by Giorgio Caporaso
Queen Anne chair, Portsmouth, NH, circa 1740 (Christies), woven seat, spindle braces, scrolled arms, carved seat back and curved S, ball and clawed feet
Iron Terrier Doorstop/Bookend ~ #irondoorstop #books
John Wilding - A "LARGE WHEEL" SKELETON CLOCK—This clock features simplicity of design in the inverted "Y" frames together with the large main wheel. A further interesting note is the equal size of both the third and escape wheels. This balances the upper part of the clock. It is driven by a mainspring in a "gong" barrel and has optional stopwork.
much more interesting than looking at a calendar!!