A William IV Bracket Clock by George Sharp

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A William IV bracket clock in a rosewood case, the top with a crested apex over a scrolling pediment with an angular cornice to a door with a Moorish shaped opening over the silvered dial with Roman numerals in black and an outer minute track, blued steel spade hands and with scrolling floral decoration around it, signed to the centre George Sharp, 63 Mark Lane, and with a Strike/Silent selector in a subsidiary dial above and with the maker’s name repeated in a scrolled cartouche below; and with bevelled side glass panels and a fret-cut back door to the eight day twin fusee movement striking the hours on a coiled gong; the whole on wide compressed bun feet. English, circa 1830. Supplied with keys.

Condition: Excellent, the clock is in extremely good condition; the case is free from splits or damage and has a great colour and patination, and the movement is in full working order. The clock has a grand appearance without being overpowering.

Height = 42 cm (16.5”)
Width = 29 cm (11.5”)
Depth = 18 cm (7”)