Twin-Fusee, Bell Striking, Drop-dial Wall Clock
A rare opportunity to acquire a type of clock that does not come along very often. Twin fusee wall clocks are quite rare, most especially those striking on a bell. This is a beautiful example in a nicely figured, well polished , oak case which has glazed side inspection doors, key operated inspection door to the base, and a glazed window to the lower half of the case through which the pendulum can be seen working. The 12" white painted dial has black Roman numerals and nicely cut hands. It has a silvered site ring and brass bezel. The 8 day, twin, chain driven fusee movement strikes the hours on a bell with a lovely crisp tone. It has just been fully overhauled by our BHI registered staff and carries our usual 12 mths full parts and labour guarantee. A very special clock. All cards accepteds
Masons Antiques has clarified that the Twin-Fusee, Bell Striking, Drop-dial Wall Clock (LA341698) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1880
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