Long-case Musical Clock; Clock movement by Jean-François Dominicé (French, 1694 - after 1754), musical movement by Michel Stollenwerck (German, about 1700 - 1768, master 1746), clock case attributed to Alexandre-Jean Oppenordt (French, 1639 - 1715), et al; Paris, France; about 1712; Veneered with brass and tortoise shell on oak carcass: bronze mounts, enameled metal; glass; 266.7 x 104.1 x 39.4 cm (105 x 41 x 15 1/2 in.); 72.DB.40

French Long-case musical clock, Once owned by Gilded Age NY railroad tycoon, Cornelius Vanderbilt Inherited by his daughter, Gladys Moore Vanderbilt. ~ Clock located at the, J.

Vanderbilt Commodores Swivel Stool w/ Dark Cherry Oak Wood Base

Vanderbilt Commodores Swivel Stool w/ Dark Cherry Oak Wood Base

Vanderbilt Commodores Swivel Stool w/ Medium Brown Oak Wood Base

Vanderbilt Commodores Swivel Stool w/ Medium Brown Oak Wood Base

Check out @shawfloors Empire Oak wire brushed hardwood in elegant colours such as Vanderbilt, Roosevelt, Hearst, Astor and Rockefeller #flooringStonyPlain #getitatmajestic

Check out @shawfloors Empire Oak wire brushed hardwood in elegant colours such as Vanderbilt, Roosevelt, Hearst, Astor and Rockefeller #flooringStonyPlain #getitatmajestic

Oak Sitting Room that connects George Vanderbilt's bedroom to his wife Edith's bedroom.

Oak Sitting Room that connects George Vanderbilt's bedroom to his wife Edith's bedroom. The Biltmore estate, NC

Gilded Age NYC Set, c.1895, of  Silver-Gilt Plates Bearing the Vanderbilt Coat of Arms, with the acorn and oak leaf motif.

Tiffany & Co.Set of Eighteen Silver-Gilt Plates Bearing The Vanderbilt Coat of Arms - New York The Vanderbilt family part of the elite society during the Gilded Age in NYC.

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