Edwardian Mantel clock in a mahogany case with brass pillars and satinwood floral and line inlaid decoration, standing on brass outswept bracket feet.
Enamel dial with Arabic numerals, original ‘blued’ steel hands signed ‘Boodle and Dunthorne. Lord Street, Liverpool’.
Eight day French movement striking the hours and halves on a coiled gong signed A.D.Mougin. c.1910.
Boodle and Dunthorne were a high class jewellers who began trading in Liverpool eventually becoming known as Boodles, the firm have many outlets including The Royal Exchange, Sloane Street and Bond Street.
A.D.Mougin was a well known French clockmaker who was located at Rue De Turenne, Paris in the mid nineteenth century also in Herimoncourt in the Montbeliard region. The company won two gold medals at the Paris Exhibition.