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Small fusee mantel timepiece in a satinwood case and with a silvered dial. Circa 1840.

An extremely attractive and small timepiece in a rare case.

Stock No:   14340

 The eight day duration, gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and four knopped pillars.

Behind an only 3 1/4" engraved and silvered brass dial with Roman numerals, minute track and ribbon pattern ornamentation to the corners. Also having matching steel 'open moon' hands and a silvered and chamfered sight frame set within the glazed door.

The case is made unusually from satinwood and is of a good colour and patina. The top being of face down 'open book' design which is upon a small Cavetto moulding. The front and rear glazed doors are locking and fill the whole case width. The base has a large 'Ogee' moulding to the front and sides and this is upon a plain plinth with a lightly moulded top. Finally, the case sits upon four squashed-bun feet.

* This is a sumptuous little clock that grows more attractive over time. It is tiny and the satinwood case glows. It wood look great on any surface.

Dimensions:              9 1/4" high x 6 1/4" wide x 5 3/4" deep.

Circa:                         1840.

Condition:                  In original and unrestored condition but having a replaced pendulum.

Price:                          £6,000.00 fully restored with a micrometer regulating pendulum or £3,000.00 in
                                    present but working condition.

Small fusee mantel timepiece in a satinwood case and with a silvered dial. Circa 1840.
  • Small fusee mantel timepiece in a satinwood case and with a silvered dial. Circa 1840.
  • Small fusee mantel timepiece in a satinwood case and with a silvered dial. Circa 1840.
  • Small fusee mantel timepiece in a satinwood case and with a silvered dial. Circa 1840.
  • Small fusee mantel timepiece in a satinwood case and with a silvered dial. Circa 1840.
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