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Unknown "bbb" ceramic clocks


The clocks we call "bbb" generally bear sculptures of people or animals.

Often they are painted with soft tone colors.
Sometimes however they are decorated with decals (such as model 7396 below).

The cast number is generally engraved in italics; they range in the 7000 and the 9000 numbers.

Exceptionally, they bear the following mark (engraved) :

bbb_7346 bbb_7396 bbb_7425 bbb_7426 bbb_7428
bbb_7346.jpg bbb_7396.jpg bbb_7425.jpg bbb_7426.jpg bbb_7428.jpg
bbb_7436 bbb_7450 bbb_7476 bbb_7481 bbb_7773


bbb_7450.jpg bbb_7476.jpg bbb_7481.jpg bbb_7773.jpg
bbb_7822 bbb_9457 bbb_9940    





Many also are white and gilt  with a bronze paint:









We are very interested in any information you could have on these ceramic clocks and their manufacturer, including:

  • When were these clocks produced ? For which markets ?
  • Did they manufacture some other clock models ?
  • Where was the ceramic manufacture located ?
  • Who founded it and when ?
  • How big did it grow ? When ?
  • Is it still running ? If not, when and why did it close ?
  • ...

We would be really grateful if you could send any information to our curator
Thank you very much. 

Please note that this page is updated as soon as we get additional information.
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Updated: September 23, 2019