Small Rosewood Bell Striking Mantel Clock (England, c. 1860)


A very good quality rosewood mantel clock made by Payne of New Bond Street dating to the mid Victorian period. It has a rectangular rosewood case of simple lines, a bevel edge glass and an enamel dial signed Payne & Co.163, New Bond Street, London. It has an 8 day pendulum movement that strikes the hours and halves on a bell and is engraved by the Maker on the backplate.
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Current Condition
The case is in good condition and finish, the movement has been fully serviced and is guaranteed for 12 months. If you would like a video clip of this clock striking please email us.

19.00cm wide   22.50cm high   12.30cm deep (7.48 inches wide  8.86 inches high  4.84 inches deep)

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