Stock No: 15572

A fine and large nineteenth-century Gothic Revival oak bracket clock, with a silvered dial.

The clock has an eight day, triple fusee, four pillar movement with anchor escapement and chimes the quarters on either eight or four bells, "Westminster chimes" and strikes the hours on a single gong.
The finely engraved silvered arched top brass dial with Roman numerals has three subsidiary dials, namely; strike or silent, slow or fast, Westminster chime, or chime on 8 bells. Engraved spandrels frame the chapter ring. The case is the perfect incarnation of the Gothic Revival, the cathedral case topped with spires and finials which are supported by cluster pilasters whilst the dial is framed with a foliate ogee window.
English, circa 1850.

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Listed Price: £5,400 (+VAT where applicable)

Width Height Depth
16 12"
42 cms
66 cms
9 38"
24 cms

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