Tick Tock! That's what my grandbaby calls our clocks. She loves the chimes and will cup her little hand up to her ear to listen to the chimes on the hour.
This is from the Hammond Clock Company in Chicago. It's electric and was made between 1928-1941. Mr Hammond went on to create the Hammond organ.
A nice antique Jennings Bros., New Haven, Conn. cast spelter metal mantel clock that dates from 1910. It has lovely raised Art Nouveau scenes all the way around the clock, including on the back . We took this one to the Antiques Road Show!
I think this one is called a "Grandmother's Clock?" The chimes are lovely.
This is our very favorite! The best one from the Antiques Roadshow. The pictures do not do it justice! It's Swiss and handpainted tin. It's signed, but they weren't sure who the artist was at the roadshow. The gorgeous lady is carrying a bow and arrow. The base is stone and the top is brass.
Hope you enjoyed these!
As luck would have it, my 6th photo, in my 6th folder, is from 2006!! How weird is that?
This is a Terrye French Prim bunny design. I painted it on a vintage aluminum coffee pot to sell on Ebay. I still have bunches of coffee pots and tea pots that I haven't painted yet! Oh, the clutter!
I am supposed to pick 6 folks to take the photo challenge! I always try and get volunteers first!! LoL! So look out, I may be posting on your blog soon! :)
Thanks, Liv!! This was fun!! It actually has inspired me to start painting on another coffee pot!
Here are just a few of the latest items from the Old Farmhouse Gathering Team (OFG) on Etsy! The Etsy Shop name is below each photo, if you'd like to see more from that particular seller. I just snagged an Etsy Treasury, but just had to showcase some of the gorgeous things here, as well! Click here to see the Etsy Treasury. Also, remember to type in OFG in the search box at Etsy to see all of the great creations from all of our Team members!