c. 1835 to 1840 London

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A fine William IV period clock banjo barometer of giant proportions.
The flame mahogany veneered case has a swanneck top surmounted by a turned bone finial. Below the pediment, there is an inset hygrometer dial and underneath this there is a convex glass thermometer box with an alcohol filled tube and silvered brass rectangular dial.
The 6 inch round silvered brass dial clock with Roman hour numerals and blued steel hands is located below the thermometer and has a brass opening bezel for the convex glass door. The plated timepiece movement runs for a week.

The 13 inch diameter silvered register plate is finely engraved with a central foliate swag and the states of the weather are indicated concentrically around the edge. The two pointers, one for setting in brass and the other for reading the weather in blued steel appear to be original.

Above the base, the maker has signed the rectangular silvered plate over the inset spirit level D. Fagioli, London.

Height: 55 in (131.5 cm) including finial
Overall Width: 15 in (38 cm)
Dial Width: 12 in (30.5 cm)
Depth: 4 in (10 cm)

*D. Fagioli is listed on page 77 of Edwin Banfield’s Barometer Makers and Retailers as working at 3 Great Warner Street, Clerkenwell, London between 1834 and 1840.

D. Fagioli, London
Howard Walwyn Ltd Fine Antique Clocks

Howard Walwyn Ltd Fine Antique Clocks
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