Regency Rosewood Chamfer Top Bracket Clock

REF: 117406


A fine, nicely proportioned Regency bracket clock. It has a rosewood veneered case, which has a chamfer top surmounted by a cast brass pineapple. The front panel is inlaid with brass and has slightly chamfered corners, which are ebonised. The circular painted dial has a convex glass. The sides have brass fish scale fret grills. It has an 8 day twin fusee movement which strikes the hours on a bell. Made by Ham of York Town, near Sandhurst Army Officers Academy, Surrey.

  • Height 52 cm / 20 "
  • Width 30 cm / 12"
  • Depth 16 cm / 6 "


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  • Year c 1830
  • Country England
  • Condition The case has been re-polished, the dial has been restored, the movement has been serviced and is guaranteed for 12 months.