Rosewood Double Fusee Wall Clock
A middle of the 19th century rosewood cased wall clock.
The clock has an eight day, double fusee works that strike the hour on a bell.
The rosewood drop case has carved decoration of vine leaves and grapes and is inlaid with mother of pearl.
The front of the case has an oval inspection window where the brass faced pendulum can be seen.
The white dial has black Roman numerals and ‘Williamson, Rochdale’ on the face.
The clock is in full working order, the lower door does not have a lock.
The works have scratched on the back ‘J Holt 759’. (Circa 1850)
Height 72cm (28.3 inches)
Width 44cm (17.3 inches)
Depth 14cm (5.5 inches)
This item has a level THREE shipping charge. (£90 UK mainland)