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Item:272604667564~ Fine Circa 1810 Mahogany Bracket Clock By William Bullock Of Bath ~ A very elegant, striking, twin train clock by William Bullock of Bath. William Bullock resided in Claverton St, Bath where he was registered as making clocks from 1791 until 1846 when he died. The clock has a white metal face with etched foliate design and is named ‘Will’m Bullock, Bath’. It has black serpentine hands, an arched calendar aperture and chapter ring with Roman numeral hours and Arabic seconds in increment of five. The dial flanked by gilt brass filigree panels in each corner. The case is of square form in mahogany with a plinth base on four feet. To the front of the clock is a large square glazed door with Inlaid marquetry border and small brass knob. Below this is an inlaid walnut panel with a parquetry border. To each side of the clock are framed panels of pierced brass lattice work laid over material. To the reverse is another larger glazed door through which to see the movement. The clock comes with its key. ~ Dimension ~ The face has a diameter of 10 Inches (25.5cm). The case measures 15 ½ inches (39cm) wide by 9 ¼ inches (23.5cm) deep with a height of 20 ¼ inches (51.5cm). It weighs 11.6Kg. ~ Condition ~ The case is in a very nice condition with only a few very minor marks from age and use. There has been a small restoration to the top in the form of a square patch in a slightly different wood, but this is obviously an old restoration and has been done quite well. The face has some minor marks from wear but is in an overall nice condition. There is a small hole in the material to one side panel.Age:Antique, Pre-1900, Type:Bracket Clock, Material:Mahogany, Features:8-Day
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Fine Circa 1810 Mahogany Bracket Clock By William Bullock Of Bath