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George III Ebonized Eight-Day Twin Fusee Table Clock by O. Hamley

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George III Ebonized Eight-Day Twin Fusee Table Clock by O. Hamley

A lovely late George III single pad ebonized eight-day, twin fusee table clock with original verge escapement and rack striking by O. Hamley, circa 1800-1815.

The moulded single pad ebonized domed top case with original carrying handle is raised on all four of its original ogee bracket feet onto a detailed base moulding. Gilt-brass sound frets adorn the sides and front in a ‘fish scale’ pattern backed with bright burgundy silk.

The enameled white dial displays Roman numerals, minute and quarter-hour markers housed inside a gilt-brass bezel and domed glass, signed Hamley, Warwick Place, London.

The clock features a strike/silent switch on the front dial and a repeat to the right-hand-side. The backplate has border engraving and a short pendulum.

Date: 1800-1815

O. Hamley is recorded in Loomes (2006) as being active, circa 1811.

He also worked at Bedford Row. The clock case is in lovely original sleepy condition (though could be polished should you wish). The movement has been serviced and keeps very good time.

Condition

Good

Dimensions

H 15.75 in. x W 10.63 in. x D 7.88 in.
H 40 cm x W 27 cm x D 20 cm

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