French Early Electric Clock by Bulle
An early and novel electric clock by Bulle Clock of France. Maurice Favre-Bulle is credited with the development of this intriguing electro-magnetic clock just prior to World War One, an advanced version of a clock invented in 1843 by the Scottish electric timekeeping pioneer, Alexander Bain. A battery-driven mechanism powers the clock with a magnetic coil pendulum oscillating from side to side. The clock is beautifully presented within an Italian marble and brass case with beveled glass panels. The dial features an open center exposing the movement, while the time displays on a silvered dial with Arabic numerals and blued steel spade and whip hands. Signed “Bulle-Clock, Breveté S.D.G.D., Patented.” This unique clock bears a full restoration and a one year warranty.
14 1/4″H x 9 1/4″W x 7 1/4″D