General Electric Model 4H68 "Tuileries"

Named after the Tuileries Palace in Paris, the GE model 4H68 featured a blue mirrored face, with no numerals, and white painted hands.  The base is also a piece of blue mirrored glass.  This clock was made between 1937 and 1939, and was also available in rose colored glass.  The black object in the picture just below the "12" is a cap embossed with the GE logo.  It covers the head of a screw which prevents the glass face from rotating out of its proper position.