Schatz Painted 400 Day Clocks with Diamond Dial

July 5, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More

I recently repaired a maroon and a turquoise Schatz standard 400 day clock with diamond-shaped dial. Both of these clocks have a painted base, pendulum, pillars and dial with brass trim. The dials have an image in center of two people lighting Japanese lanterns. I repaired a black one of the same style in 2009.

The dates on the clocks are December 1952, July 1952 and October 1952. The hands on the maroon clock are brass with no paint. The turquoise clock has brass hands with maroon paint, and the black clock has brass hands with black paint.

In the post about the black clock, I called the dial’s image “beehives and beekeepers”, but I now think that the image is of people lighting Japanese lanterns. If you have any information about the dial, please comment on this post. I think these are some of the most beautiful 400 day clocks that Schatz made, and I wonder if they came in any other colors.

Maroon Clock: Repair job 5809. Horolovar back plate 1281, movement date 12 52. Adjustable pallet anchor. See more pictures.

Turquoise Clock: Repair job 5816. Horolovar back plate 1281, movement date 7 52. Adjustable pallet anchor. See more pictures.

Black Clock: Repair job 4907. Horolovar back plate 1281, movement date 10 52. Adjustable pallet anchor. See more pictures.


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Category: Schatz 400 Day Clock History

Last updated: July 5, 2012

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  1. Tony says:

    What is the value of the 400 day maroon diamond face Japanese lantern clock

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