Golden Oak Mantel Clock by Queen Victoria's Clockmaker
REF: 376029 / LA317117
A very high quality mantel clock dating to the mid Victorian period. It has a solid oak rectangular case, a brass bezel with a thick bevel edge glass and a white enamel dial, which is signed by Charles Frodsham, Clockmaker to The Queen. It has a fine 8 day French made movement that strikes the hours and halves on a bell and is signed on the backplate and numbered 28860. It has its original pendulum which is also numbered 28860. The inside of the case s also finished and polished. The clock comes with its period key and a set up and instruction video if required. Charles Frodsham (15 April 1810 – 11 January 1871) was a distinguished English horologist, establishing the firm of Charles Frodsham & Co, which remains in existence as the longest continuously trading firm of chronometer manufacturers in the world.
Worboys Antiques has clarified that the Golden Oak Mantel Clock by Queen Victoria's Clockmaker (LA317117) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1860
In excellent original condition. In working order and guaranteed for 12 months. If you would like a video clip of this clock striking please email us.
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