Monumental French iron and tole railroad-tower clock with gilded roman numerals. Circa 1880.
Two things in Eric Petsinger’s life are truly memorable. The first is a day in 1968 when his mother left the house a brunette and came home a blonde. The second was opening epoca, the beautifully edited San Francisco gallery that's been a fixture in the San Francisco Design Center since 2003. In epoca, Eric has created a layered inventory with a something-for-everything approach, blending American and European antiques with 20th-century furnishings. Whether assisting an interior designer or an antiques enthusiast, Eric says “Mix it up! Go ahead and put that shapely French rococo armchair next to a sleek John Widdicomb sofa and see how they bring out each other’s beauty.”
Large antique French iron tower clock face with
gilt accenting and the hour and minute hands. Holes at each corner and sides for mounting on wall. Some scuffs, age wear, loss of finish, weathered.
A magnificent early-19th-century 40" French iron tower clock
face with stunning natural patina. Maker's marks are still visible at center and read "Paul Garnier" and "Paris." A heavy iron statement piece weighing 45 pounds.
French cast iron clock face with 6" roman
numerals, 1910.Kim and Darrell Lynn are passionate collectors, philanthropists, and entrepreneurs, but don’t expect to find them at the Paris flea markets, the Chelsea Antiques Fair, or any of the other recognized ...