Rosewood and Inlay Lancet Top Clock (English, c. 1900)


A rosewood cased mantel clock dating to the late Vicorian period. It has a Gothic lancet shaped case, with a rosewood front inlaid with satinwood a boxwood marquetry inlay and brass ball feet. It has a bevel edge convex glass an enamel dial and moon hands. The French 8 day timepiece movement (does not strike) has a lever platform.

Current Condition
The case and dial are in good original condition, the movement has been fully serviced and is guranteed for 12 months.

16.00cm wide   23.00cm high   8.50cm deep (6.30 inches wide  9.06 inches high  3.35 inches deep)

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