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An extremely Small English 5-glass fusee library timepiece in a rosewood case. Circa 1845.

A substantially made and very small Victorian English clock.

Stock No:   14311

The good quality, four pillar, chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement. Also, pendulum holdfast for safe transportation and upper, micrometer pendulum regulation.

Having a 3 7/8" square, engraved and silvered brass dial with black Roman numerals, minute ring, corner foliate decoration, 'spade' steel hands and off-set winding hole at the IX position.

The nicely proportioned rosewood, '5 glass' case has glazed and locking doors the front of which has a silvered sight frame for the dial. The top and side glass panels are substantially thick and bevelled. The typically fashioned case has a top Cavetto mounding and a larger scrolled moulding above the plinth and sits on four short block feet.

Dimensions:                                   8 1/2" high x 4 7/8" wide x 3 7/8" deep.

Circa:                                             1845.

Condition:                                       Very original with good colour, patina and slight damage expectant of age.

Price:                                              £4,750.00.

Small English 5-glass fusee library timepiece in a rosewood case. Circa 1845.
  • Small English 5-glass fusee library timepiece in a rosewood case. Circa 1845.
  • Small English 5-glass fusee library timepiece in a rosewood case. Circa 1845.
  • Small English 5-glass fusee library timepiece in a rosewood case. Circa 1845.
  • Small English 5-glass fusee library timepiece in a rosewood case. Circa 1845.
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