Mahogany and Inlay Fusee Bracket Clock (England, c. 1890)


A fine and substantial late 19th Century bracket clock of good size and proportions. It has an traditional dome top case, with geometric boxwood stringing, fishscale fret sides, lion mask handles and brass ball feet. The brass bezel contains an engraved silvered dial with fretted blued steel hands. It has a very substantial twin fusee movement, which strikes the hours and halves on a gong.

Current Condition
The movement has been fully serviced and is guaranteed for 12 months. The case is in excellent original condition.If you would like a video clip of this clock striking please email us

22.00cm wide   33.00cm high   16.00cm deep (8.66 inches wide  12.99 inches high  6.30 inches deep)

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