Fusee wall clock














Fusee wall clock
 
 
DescriptionEarly 19th century mahogany cased eight day fusee drop dial wall clock by Handley and Moore, London, and numbered 3981. 12" diameter wood dial, with original paint to dial. Typical blued steel hands for this type of clock, protected by a concave glazed, cast brass bezel. Lovely colour to the mahogany veneered case, which has a locking bottom door and side access door. Bezel and dial secured by 4 pegs to backbox. Line fusee movement with shaped shoulderd plates, separated by knopped pillars. Movement held to dial by a circular falseplate. Movement frontplate and spring barrel cap, numbered 3981. George Handley and John Moore, both apprenticed to John Thwaites, were working in Clerkenwell close, 1801-1820.   Dimensions12" dial 21" Length  DateCirca 1815  ConditionFully restored and guaranteed 
Price£4500.00   5080.95   $6085.35 
 
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