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A finely proportioned ebonised bell top bracket clock with two subsidiary dials and verge escapement.

The brass dial 8-day movement strikes the hours on a single bell, has two subsidiary dials in the arch for strike/silent and rise/fall with the maker’s signature on an applied disc at the top.

There is an aperture for the date above VI.  The movement has the original verge escapement and strikes the hours with a pull repeat on a single bell. The backplate is beautifully engraved.

The classic style of ebonised case for the period, with a steeply curved bell top, ebony frets to the front glazed door. Brass centre carrying handle and ebonised feet.

Serviced and guaranteed for 3 years.
Height: 19″ or 48cm (Handle up)
CIRCA. 1770
Provenance: Private collection U.K.
*Pictures taken prior to restoration*


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