A perfectly presented electric mantel clock by The Eureka Clock Company, dated c.1913.
The gilded brass four glass case has been newly regilded and is as new. It has beveled glasses to all sides, hinged doors to the front and rear, the base concealing the battery regulator unit, which houses the four ‘C’ cell batteries which drive the mechanism.
The perfect 4-inch white enamel dial is signed EUREKA CLOCK CO. LTD/LONDON with blued steel spade hands.
The movement is stamped NO. 9403/PATENT NO 14614/1906. The wheel rotates back and forth through 270°, making these clocks fascinating to watch.
Designed in America, the Eureka Clock Company in London, England made these clocks between 1908 and 1914.