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Wall Clock: Exquisite 1835 English Fusee Drop Dial Timepiece by William Windle (1 of 11)
Time to Admire Ltd
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Underpinned by decades of heritage and know how, our family business has a workshop and retail presence in Warwickshire, running alongside our established global online sales platforms. Through these various platforms and associated brand names, we offer for sale a range of fine and original clocks, watches, and general antiquities / artifacts. We have clients all over the world, including museums, private collectors, investors, and those who are just looking for that 'something special'; clients that trust in our expertise and continue to purchase from us with much confidence... Why? Because each and every item we place on the open market is in fine operable condition, having been professionally and sympathetically cleaned, repaired and restored as necessary, by our team of highly skilled and passionate craftspeople. This, coupled with the outstanding and measurable customer service that we offer and provide. (And if one cares to look at our "Testimonials" page on this site, one will witness many demonstrable examples of the above claims). All this, before being items are shipped off securely and efficiently to our clients via our network of domestic and international couriers. Also find us on: Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. "Time to Admire Ltd"
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Wall Clock: Exquisite 1835 English Fusee Drop Dial Timepiece by William Windle

REF: AC/384 / LA364191
£975
€1,139
$1,226
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Description
We offer for consideration, this superb fusee drop dial timepiece from the late Regency period, by master clockmaker William Windle of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham. Windle was born in Yorkshire in 1807 and is recorded as being a watch and clockmaker, jeweller, and silversmith, and worked from 69 High Street, Stockton, passing away in 1863. The beautifully hand-crafted cabinet work incorporates a scarce but visually effective combination of solid light Walnut roundhead turned face over a dark veneered Mahogany drop box, the box being rendered with brass stringing intarsia, together with further brass embellishment surrounding its creatively shaped front visible pendulum glazed aperture. The case exhibits excellent patination and retains its original finely hand-carved fan shaped side-ears and side inspection door, with a turn button locking hinged regulator door to the bottom of the box. The original metal dial has black painted Roman numerals and W. Windle, Stockton, signature, finished with its pair of blued Spade hands secured with a pinned collet. The clocks face is then protected by a thick glaze mounted in its brass bezel. The clock benefits from a fully functional 8-day single fusee driven movement with shouldered plates and knopped pillars, complete with its original brass pendulum rod and bob. During its 180+ years of existence, this magnificent clock has clearly been well-looked after and cared for given its impeccable overall condition. It really is an outstanding early 19th Century English crafted timepiece! Payment - We Accept: - Debit / Credit Cards. - Bacs Transfer (Faster Payments). (Our bank details are on our invoices).
measurements
Height:
53 cm
Width:
39 cm
Depth:
15 cm
declaration
Time to Admire Ltd has clarified that the Wall Clock: Exquisite 1835 English Fusee Drop Dial Timepiece by William Windle (LA364191) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Circa 1835
condition
Professionally restored, serviced, and guaranteed for 12-months.
location
This Wall Clock: Exquisite 1835 English Fusee Drop Dial Timepiece by William Windle is located in United Kingdom
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