Charles Frodsham Late Victorian Marble Eight Day Striking Mantel Clock
The clock has a white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and an eight day movement striking the hours and half hours on a bell. The dial inscribed Charles Frodsham to the Queen and No 19647. Back Plate engraved Charles Frodsham to the Queen . No 19647. Bottom of Back Plate numbered 178746. Bob Pendulum 1787. Clock cleaned and fully serviced. Charles Frodsham 1834 to the present at Bury Street, St. James, London. Maker of precision clocks, chronometers and watches. After the death in 1854 of Benjamin Vulliamy he became keeper of her majesty’s clocks in Buckingham Palace. Provenance: A gift from Admiral Sir Michael Culme Seymour to his groom at Wadenhoe House near Peterborough.
Neville Platt Antiques has clarified that the Charles Frodsham Late Victorian Marble Eight Day Striking Mantel Clock (LA374146) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1890
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