Seller: boilyhead (1.274) 100%, Location: wilts, Ships to: Americas & many other countries, Item: 333169027300 A fine example of a 19c mahogany cased bracket clock dating to C1870-1890. This Victorian example retains much of the style of the early type of bracket clock that was popular in the 18C. The 8 day twin fusee movement with anchor escapement and chain drive striking the hours on a bell and all in full working order. The brass arch dial with gilt spandrels and steel hands and silvered chapter ring and roman numerals.Strike silent in the arch with a cartouche for "E. West. Wellingboro". The mahogany bell top case has a great colour and patina and has brass front & side frets, The original silk backing has slightly perished in places. The front door has a brass edge and has its original front door lock and key but back door lock is missing but has a brass catch. London style regulation pendulum and winding key. The brass acorn finials and carry handle and bracket feet and side frets are tarnished but would come up well when polished and certainly make a difference but I leave that to the next owner. There are a couple of old minor shrinkage cracks but as can be see from the photo's its in very good order. Standing 20 inches high[51cm] x 11 ins wide[28cm] x 8 ins deep[20cm]. A lovely example of an English bracket clock in full working order that displays really well. Please feel free to ask any questions or for a friendly chat call 01225 863706H or 07512431858M.