An unusually large and impressive wall timepiece. Circa 1835
Two piece mahogany case with large cast brass bezel. The round bottom with door and door to side which retains some original pasted-in handwritten notes, one confirming the provenance of this clock: Customs Excise, Lower Thames St, and the number 128
20 inch round painted dial signed Dutton, London with counterpoised minute hand.
The eight day single fusee movement with anchor escapement stamped on the frontplate T&R and number 8782, both plates retaining their original hand spotting and lacquer.