25 November 1997
A william and mary brass striking lantern clock
Richard Brown Fecit; Circa 1700
The case of typical construction with dolphin and foliate pierced and engraved gallery frets with urn finials supporting the bell straps, typical brass side doors, the dial signed Richard Brown Fecit, within the foliate engraved centre with Roman chapter ring and pierced steel hand, the movement with verge escapement and back-swinging bob pendulum, count wheel strike on bell above.
14¾ in. (37.5 cm.) high
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