|Description of the item|
These Scottish 'Drum-Head' clocks are sought after due to their pleasing proportions, small size and quality of their veneered cases. This one is by James & Andrew Kelly of Glasgow and is only 203cm tall. Excellent colour and patination to the case.
Full photographic record of its restoration available.
|Information about the maker|
We estimated the clock was made circa 1845 which coincides with the available information.
James & Andrew Kelly of Glasgow are recorded as working at 6-7 Argyle Arcade, Glasgow from 1845 to 50 then at Argyle St 1851 to 1875.
|Dimensions & Specification|
8 day (weekly wind) movement, striking the hours on a bell.
12" painted dial with subsidiary Seconds indicator.
Dims: 203 cm tall. Max width 50cm
Bow door to the case.
Fully (and expensively !) restored to a very high standard. Full photographic record available.
|Cost of Restoration|
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