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Item:290868724591~ Circa 1850 Victorian Fusee Skeleton Clock ~ A fine example of a Victorian skeleton clock, dated to Circa 1850. The clock has a single chain fusee movement with anchor escapement and passing strike on the bell. The scroll frames are joined by four ring-turned pillars and are placed in a brass case with glass windows and a wooden base. The top of the case features a monkey, in horse hunting clothing, holding a hunting horn. It has the feel of a British colonial Indian piece, the type that would be held at a hunting club. It comes with a winding key. A rare and unique piece. ~ Dimensions ~ The base has a length of 12 inches (30.5cm) and a width of 8 inches (20cm). The case has a height of 20.5 inches (52cm) and weighs 5.45kg. ~ Condition ~ The clock is in a overall good condition. It has been recently serviced and runs well. The white on the face is flaked in places. The case remains in a excellent condition with little wear to the brass. A fine example.Age:Antique, Pre-1900, Material:Brass, Type:Skeleton, Clock Type:Fusee Clock, Style/ Origin/ Theme:Victorian
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Circa 1850 Victorian Fusee Skeleton Clock British Colonial Hunting Club