A Late 19th Century Brass Lantern Clock

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A late 19th century brass lantern clock, the turned finial over a strapwork bell attached to a turned finial to each corner, flanked on three sides with pierced crests, the front one engraved with dolphins with tails entwined, over an oversized 6.5” brass dial with Roman numerals in black and an inner minute track, black steel hands and engraved to the centre with stiff foliage and a pineapple and the name John Jervis London, with slender three quarter pillars to each corner over bun feet, and with doors to the sides and rear to the eight day two train movement by Winterhalder and Hoffmeier and stamped W&H Sch to the backplate, striking the hours and quarter hours on two bells, one at the back and one over the top.

Condition: Excellent, the clock is in extremely good condition, the movement has been fully serviced and overhauled and is in full working condition, and the case is in great condition with a wonderful colour and patina.

Height = 30 cm (15”)
Width = 15 cm (6”)
Depth = 15 cm (6”)