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THE HAREWOOD HOUSE TORCHÈRES PAIR OF CARVED FAUX BRONZE AND FAUX PORPHYRY TORCHÈRES. POSSIBLY BY THOMAS CHIPPENDALE THE YOUNGER

THE HAREWOOD HOUSE TORCHÈRES PAIR OF CARVED FAUX BRONZE AND FAUX PORPHYRY TORCHÈRES. POSSIBLY BY THOMAS CHIPPENDALE THE YOUNGER

This complex 18th-century-style design has it all: wave, drapery, and acanthus-leaf motifs topped with a flickering flame. However, its tasteful execution makes it suitable for furniture pieces or sta

Hand-carved wood finial available in virtually any size. This design has it all: wave, drapery, and acanthus motifs topped with a flickering flame.

The finished carving on its base - pineapple, base, ornament

Build Beautiful Headboard out of Free Lumber - Artistic Wood Products

Second oldest working clock in the world has been telling time since 1390. Located in Wells Cathedral in Somerset England, the clock shows hours, minutes, and the number of days since the last new moon. Above the dial is a group of figures which spin around the quarter hour. As it spins, a knight is unhorsed by a lance.

Ancient clock in the north transept, of Wells Cathedral (Somerset, England), ca. It is the second oldest working clock in the world and the oldest clock that still has its original dials.

Federal inlaid mahogany tall case clock -  early 19th century -  Fretted, arched hood above conforming door opening to a painted metal face with moon phase enclosed by columnettes with brass stop fluting, the case with inlaid door, flanked by fluted corner columns with brass stops, inlaid plinth, bracket feet.   H: 108 in.

Federal inlaid mahogany tall case clock - early 19th century - Fretted, arched hood above conforming door opening to a painted metal face with moon phase enclosed by columnettes with brass stop fluting, the case with inlaid door, flanked by fluted corner columns with brass stops, inlaid plinth, bracket feet. H: 108 in.