An Edwardian Scratch-Built Mantel Clock Timepiece


An unusual Edwardian scratch-built mantel clock timepiece.

An unusual Edwardian scratch-built mantel clock timepiece, the plain arched ash case on a broad plinth base with a heavy cast brass bezel with bevelled glass over a 4.75” white enamel dial with Roman numerals in black, and with plain blued steel hands, to the eight day timepiece movement with a platform lever escapement, accessed by a heavy marine style cast brass porthole window with a bevelled glass, and with below a later printed label giving the maker as Samuel Scrace of Manchester, circa 1903. Supplied with a key.

Condition: Excellent, the clock is in excellent condition, with no marks or blemishes to the wooden case, the dial is in excellent condition and the numerals are clear. The movement has been fully serviced and overhauled and is in excellent working order.

Height = 22.5 cm (8.75”)
Width = 21 cm (8.25”)
Depth = 8 cm (3.25”)