A very nice and decorative Dutch / Indonesian long case clock from circa: 1900, in 100% original condition and with a very important signature of the company

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Object Description

A very nice and decorative Dutch / Indonesian long case clock from circa: 1900, in 100% original condition and with a very important signature of the company:
Van Arcken & Co Hofleveranciers ( Royal suppliers) Batavia and Soerabaia ( two towns in Indonesia.)
This company was a very famous company in Indonesia which sold jewellery, silver and gold to Roayals whole over the world and was very famous around 1900.
The long case clock is made of: Djati wood, ( that is an Indonesian type of wood and very rare.) the original dial and hands are signed. The pendulum and the weights are original and the clock is high: 215 cm, wide on top: 58 cm and wide in the middle: 46 cm and deep: 25 cm.
The pieces of glass in the front door are all beveled. ( not to see on the photo’s)
It is a heavy movement inside and there is a whole story to tell about the company.To your information, all the clocks we sell are fully serviced, this is done in our own workshop.
The movements are dismantled and fully cleaned and our clocks are in working order.

Object History

Van Arcken & Co Hofleveranciers ( Royal suppliers) Batavia and Soerabaia ( two towns in Indonesia.)
This company was a very famous company in Indonesia which sold jewellery, silver and gold to Royals whole over the world and was very famous around 1900.
The long case clock is made of: Djati wood, ( that is an Indonesian type of wood and very rare.) the original dial and hands are signed. The pendulum and the weights are original and the clock is high: 215 cm, wide on top: 58 cm and wide in the middle: 46 cm and deep: 25 cm.
The pieces of glass in the front door are all beveled. ( not to see on the photo’s)
It is a heavy movement inside and there is a whole story to tell about the company.

Object Condition

in very good condition

Object Details

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