London, South Kensington
11 July 2006
A Victorian walnut striking table clock, mid 19th Century
The drum case on scroll-sided and moulded plinth, raised on toupie feet, the silvered Roman dial signed Frodsham & Baker,/31, Gracechurch Street,/London, blued steel cruciform hands, the eight day movement with shouldered plates joined by five pillars, twin wire fusees with anchor escapement and strike on bell to back plate with stamped repeat signature and pendulum holdfast -- 17 in. (43 cm.) high; pendulum
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