Picture of the Bracket Clock by Cox, London
Early 19th C Mahogany Bracket Clock by Cox, London c1830

Early 19th C Mahogany Bracket Clock by Cox, London c1830



Brass inlaid
Original finish to case
Movement restored

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Description of the item


An attractive and top-quality double fusee bracket clock in a brass-inlaid, mahogany case with an architectural top, cast brass side frets and gadrooned frieze. The bell striking movement has been fully restored.
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Dimensions & Specification


Twin fusee chain-driven movement
Strikes the hours on a bell
Dimensions: 18 1/2" tall, 11 7/8" wide, 7" deep

Information about the maker


All the styling clues point to a dates around 1825-1835. Loomes lists a Nathaniel Cox listed in London 1832-57 who may be the maker.

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Condition Report


The clock has been very well cared. The case is untouched and I'd prefer to leave it this way. There are a couple of blemishes which just add to the character. The movement has been professionally restored and is sold with a warranty. The dial 'ground'' and signature are original and nice and clear.

Cost of Restoration


There is a 3/4" peice of ebony stringing missing missing from the pediment which will replaced before sale.


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What to do next


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If you live near to Cheshire, we are happy to bring the item to the Knutsford shop for you to examine in detail.
Local delivery & set-up is available for £40.

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