An early 19th Century style mahogany bracket clock dating to the beginning of the 20th Century. It has a pagoda top with a central brass handle.The front panel and sides are inlaid with with boxwood chequered stringing., brass ogee feet and a red silk lined fret back. It has a white convex enamel dial and a bevel edge glass , signed by the original retailer Reed & Son of Cambridge . The 8 day French movement sounds the hours and halves on a gong, made by Richard & Co
Height33 cm / 13 ”
Width19 cm / 7 ”
Depth13 cm / 5 ”
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