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German Symphonion Musical Floor Standing Clock

Transport yourself to a world of melodic enchantment with this musical clock by the Symphonion Music Box Company of Leipzig, Germany. Crafted in the early 20th century, this captivating treasure seamlessly weaves together the art of horology and musical entertainment.

The clock resides within a beautifully crafted walnut case adorned with flowing scrollwork, shells, and columns carved into the facade. Expertly turned finials and a wonderfully carved crown and top further add to clock, giving the piece remarkable architectural dimension. In the base rests a lovely 11-1/4″ double comb disc music box movement created by the renowned Symphonion Music Box Company. A lever at the left-hand side of the case allows the user to activate the music box, playing an enchanting melody whenever you choose.

The rich tones of the walnut serve as the perfect backdrop for a two-piece Roman numeral porcelain dial. An 8-day time-and-strike French movement powers the clock, with an open escapement below the 12 o’clock position providing a mesmerizing glimpse into the mechanical workings.

This wonderful musical clock allows you to experience the magic and melodies of yesteryears and is truly a piece that can transform any moment into a harmonious delight.

This lovely musical clock bears a complete restoration and a one-year warranty.

81″ High x 20.5″ Wide x 12.5″ Deep

Circa 1900

SKU: MPER 28 $125,000 Inquire
If you would like to purchase this item or learn more about it, please click on the Inquire link above or phone the Renaissance Showroom at 805-688-1976, open seven days a week from 10 to 6.
  • German
  • Music Box by the Symphonion Music Box Company of Leipzig, Germany
  • 11-1/4″ Double Comb Disc Music Box Movement
  • 12 Discs Included
  • Carved Walnut Case
  • French 8-Day Time and Strike Clock Movement
  • 81″ High x 20.5″ Wide x 12.5″ Deep
  • Restored, One-Year Warranty
  • Circa 1900