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English mantle clock by Dwerrihouse & Ogston - Details:

Dwerrihouse English mantle clock This pretty little English mantle clock has brass bound glazed panels on all four sides to allow viewing of the highly polished double fusee movement with anchor escapement striking on a gong.

A glazed rosewood door opens to a silvered dial signed Dwerrihouse & Ogston, 27 Davies St, Berkeley Square, with countersunk center, Roman chapter ring, blue-steel Breguet style hands, and a strike/silent above the XII.

The rosewood case with two locking doors and a brass inset carrying handle on the top rests on four brass bun feet. The movement is signed on the back plate the same as the dial.

Recently cleaned and serviced, this clock is in good working order.

Sometimes the photographs fail to convey the richness of the wood or the well-proportioned design that is evident when viewing the clock in person.

Circa 1830

Dimensions: 9”(22.5cm) high, 6”(15cm) wide, 5”(12.5cm) deep

View the Movement View - Backplate

Back View View - Dial & Hands Quarter View - Left Front View

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