Description of the item
A fully restored Victorian drop-dial clock in a magogany veneered case with an octagonal shaped surround. 12" painted dial with fine spade hands. 'Gadrooned' moudlings and carved ear-pieces. Chain-driven fusee movement with shaped shoulders. The clock is ready to hang on the wall.
Information about the maker
Briscall was working in Birmingham between 1842 and 1868.
Dimensions & Specification
Dimensions: Length 27", Max width 16", max depth 5". Good quality Victorian clock. 'Fiddle' veneers to the case. Good quality carving to the ears. Very fine blued steel hands. Spun bezel with snap-in sight ring. Locking bottom door. Twin side doors. Movement with well shaped plates and columns. Attached with the original false-plate. Original pendulum with shaped iron rod.
The clock was restored and sold approx 7 years ago, prior to being taken back in part-exchange. The case remains in excellent order. The dial has a couple of marks which don't detract at all from the item. The movement will be checked over, cleaned and oiled before sale. Good quality of restoration throughout.
Cost of Restoration
What to do next
If you'd like to buy this clock, or would like some more information or reassurance, please contact us about this item.
If you live near to Cheshire, we may be able to bring this clock for you to view.
A 12 months warranty can be offered locally for £50
Local delivery and set-up £50