Rosewood Timepiece Mantel Clock

REF: 225450


An unusual, original, rosewood mantel clock dating to the beginning of the Victorian period. It has a rectangular case, with a stepped front with shaped double pillars. The rectangular dial has a window in the base which is signed by the maker M. Baurle, of Drury Lane, London. His Son Alexander is listed as working 1863-81, so this clock probably predates this by about 20 years to c.1850. It has a single train 8 day fusee movement.

  • Height 45 cm / 17 "
  • Width 33.5 cm / 13 "
  • Depth 19.5 cm / 7 34"


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  • Year c 1850
  • Country England
  • Condition The case is in excellent original condition. The movement has been serviced in our own workshops and is guaranteed for 12 months.