A VERY FINE STRIKING BRACKET CLOCK BY RICHARD GOODHUGH OF LONDON

£3,250.00

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Description

This beautiful small mahogany bracket clock with brass inlay is accompanied with the original wall bracket also bearing brass inlay. The 6” painted dial bearing roman numerals is signed  “Goodhugh, Edward St. Portman St. London” with original blued steel hands and has the strike silent option above XII. The case has brass fish scale frets backed with silk to the sides and a glazed door to the rear for access to the clock movement.

The substantial clock movement is of 8-day duration having twin fusee’s with an anchor escapement and pendulum with a heavy lenticular bob.

 

Height: 16 ¼” (to top of finial)

Circa. 1840

 

J. C. Collection

The J. C. Collection is one mans collection of fine antique clocks based in the county of Bedfordshire.

A highly respected horologist and a Fellow of The British Horological Institute, James has held many horological positions of high esteem working for contracts with H. M. Government to the The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple.

For more information about any of these clocks or to view the collection, please contact James on:

Telephone: 01525 221165 – Mobile: 07790 000629 – Email: info@jameschadburn.com

 

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