A superb quality Walnut 8-day fusee timepiece four glass “Library” clock.

The single-chain fusee movement with anchor escapement signed on the backplate “Barraud & Lunds, 49, Cornhill, London. 5863.”.

The 5” silvered dial with engraved floral swags surrounding the division ring, with roman numerals and the dial also being signed and numbered to match the clock movement. Original, non-matching, blued steel hands.

The case is made with the finest Walnut veneers and bevelled glass on both sides. Victorian clock making at its best.


Barraud & Lunds:

The company was founded by the eminent chronometer maker Paul Philip Barraud at Cornhill, London C.1795. They changed their name to Barraud & Lunds in 1838 when John Richard Lund became a partner, and the company finally closed in 1929. During their time, they were celebrated makers for their high-quality chronometers, pocket watches and clocks.

Comparative Literature:

Paul Philip Barraud – by Cedric Jagger – 1968

Serviced and guaranteed for 3 years.
Height: 12” or 30.5cm
CIRCA. 1850
Provenance: Private collection – U.K.


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