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Skeleton clocks

Scope note

Use for clocks designed so that as much of their movements as possible are visible; devised in France in the mid-18th century and popular in England during the 19th century.

Term type

AAT

Getty AAT term number

3000197663

Broader Terms used

<clocks by form>

Term used for

clocks, skeleton

Equivalent Terms used

skeleton clock

Created

12yrs ago

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