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The break arch brass dial is mounted with gilt brass spandrels, silvered chapter ring and strike/silent option in the arch. Above six o’clock is an aperture to view the day of the month and there is a recessed plaque below twelve o’clock signed by the maker.
The two train fusée eight day duration movement has a verge escapement and hour strike on a bell with pull hour repeat. The back plate is delicately engraved in a rococo style.
Height: 12 ¼ in (31 cm)
* William Evill is recorded as working in Bath from circa 1762 and is considered one of the most celebrated of the Bath makers. As well as making clocks, he is recognised as a watchmaker.
Howard Walwyn Ltd Fine Antique Clocks
123 Kensington Church Street
Saturday by appointment