A Late Victorian Silver Carriage Clock

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A late Victorian small carriage clock in a silver case, the rectangular case with shaped handle above, richly chased with birds of paradise, scrolls and foliate motifs on a matted ground on compressed bun feet, and with a scrolled applied bezel around a 1.75” white enamel dial with outer minute track and blued steel hands, with an eight day French carriage clock movement striking the hours and half hours on a coiled gong with a lever escapement, the backplate stamped PARIS and E.G.L inside an oval (for Emile Gay and Georges Lamaille), the silver case bearing hallmarks for London 1893, and bearing the plain stamped maker’s initials JP.

Condition: Excellent, the case is in extremely good condition, with no damage or repairs, the dial is in perfect condition and the movement has been fully serviced and overhauled and is in full working condition. The escapement is a replacement.

Height = 9.5 cm (4.75”)
Width = 6.5 cm (2.75”)
Depth = 5.5 cm (2.25”)