Miniature Mahogany Bracket Clock (England and France, c. 1910)

An exceptionally rare bracket clock of diminutive proportions (just under 10 inches high including the handle) that dates from the Edwardian period. The case is in the style of a late 18th Century bracket clock, having a dome top, brass carrying handle, inset engraved fretwork panels and fishscale fret sides, with brass ogee bracket feet. It has a convex glass and a white enamel dial. The French 8 day movement strikes the hours and halves on a gong and was made by Marti of Paris.

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

16.50cm wide   24.00cm high   11.50cm deep (6.50 inches wide  9.45 inches high  4.53 inches deep)

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Price: gbp 1175.00 (Pound Sterling)    Change currency