Doll's head clock
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Doll's head clocks, often known by their French name tête de poupée, were popular during the last quarter of the seventeenth century. They are named for their profile which resembles a head and shoulders. A doll's head clock is almost always ornamented with Boulle marquetry.
- Macey, Samuel L. (2013). Encyclopedia of Time. Routledge. p. 226.
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