A delightfully small and well proportioned four glass mantel clock.
The 8 day duration single fusee movement of substantial quality with four tapered plate pillars and anchor escapement. Also with a finely made pendulum and transportation fixing point. The 3½" square silvered brass dial framed within a silvered brass square and with Roman chapters, blued steel hands and engraving to the four corners.
The small oak case of typical four glass design with an ogee moulding. The top, sides, front elevation and rear door all with bevelled glass.
Note: Small four glass mantel clocks from the 19th century are now becoming increasingly difficult to find. This is an unusual example as the chosen cabinet material is oak.