|Description of the item|
An English made mid Victorian double fusee bracket clock of rare small proportions. Excluding the handle, the clock is only 12" tall (350mm including the handle). It has a convex painted dial of only 6" diameter. The high quality double fusee movement strikes the hours on a coiled gong. Beautiful silk backed fretted sound panels to each size.
|Dimensions & Specification|
Double fusee chain-driven movement
Counts the hours on a gong
Dimensions: 350mm tall inc handle, (309mm exc handle), 230mm max width, 174mm max depth (includes glass but excludes rear ket).
Mahogany veneered case. Fretted metal rear panel.
6" convex painted dial.
|Information about the maker|
We've seen a couple of other examples by this maker but currently haven't found any details about him. We estimate this clock dates to c1860/70.
The clock was totally original when purchased but rather tired. It has been fully and expensively restored to the highest standards. It presents very well! The movement has been properly overhauled, not just given a quick clean-up.
|Cost of Restoration|
Happy to discuss by email / phone. Can be taken and used straight away.
|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 the clock for viewing.
Local delivery & set-up is available free of charge
UK courier £50. Export please ask for quote