A George III mahogany bracket clock, third quarter 18th century, the case with a caddy top surmounted by a swing handle and flanked by brass pinecone finials, with gilt-pierced quadrants above the break arch brass lined front door, on plinth base and ogee bracket feet, with glass panels to sides and loose brass fretwork panel to reverse door, the brass dial with silvered chapter ring with black Roman and Arabic numerals, with dodecagon subsidiary date dial and shaped plaque signed Solom'n Clark London to matted dial centre, with C-scroll spandrels and Strike/Silent dial to arch, the two train fusee movement striking on a bell, the backplate engraved with a pagoda amongst scrolling foliage, with winder and pendulum, 48cm high (handle not extended), 28cm wide, 19cm deep Please note that Roseberys do not guarantee the working order or time keeping of any timepiece.

london, United Kingdom

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