A Late 19th Century Mahogany Mantel Clock

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A late 19th century mantel clock, the mahogany arch-shaped case with boxwood edge front and back and with boxwood stringing and an oval panel inlaid with a vase in box, amboyna and rosewood, and with oxbone handles and on a plinth base, with a gilt brass bezel and convex glass over a white enamel dial with Roman numerals and an outer minute track, black steel Breguet hands and with an eight day two train movement striking the hours and half hours on a coiled gong, the movement stamped with the mark of Japy Frères et Cie. English, with a French movement, circa 1890. Supplied with a key.

Condition: Overall very good, the case is in good condition with a pleasing appearance and colour and the inlay is all present and correct. There is a small crack in the case above ten o’clock. The dial is clean and free from damage with the exception of a tiny loss to the left hand winding hole. The movement has been fully serviced and overhauled and is in full working condition.

Height = 30 cm (12”)
Width = 20 cm (8”)
Depth = 13 cm (5.25”)