19 May 2005
A George III ebonised and brass-mounted fruitwood striking table clock
Robert Henderson, London, circa 1780
The brass-lined case with later concave-moulded top, glazed sides, on later brass bracket feet, the dial signed Robt.Henderson/LONDON, on a silvered sector in the matted centre, later hands, strike/silent ring in the arch, twin fusee movement now with anchor escapement, stike on bell, with foliate engraved back plate
17 in. (43 cm.) high
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