This is a beautiful little wind-up charmer by Swiza, probably from the 1970s or perhaps earlier. The style is traditional with a bit of modern design for good measure. The quality is noteworthy and it is petite and remarkably thin for a mid-century clock. There is some minor discoloration to the brass, which arguably makes it more attractive. Everything works.
4.25 H x 3 W x .5 D; Base is 3.5 L x 1.5 D
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