Description: A mid-19th century eight-day Oak cased twin Fusee wall clock with integral support bracket, movement striking the hours on a coiled gong, thirteen-inch painted dial with roman numerals and minute track, blued steel Fleur de Lys hands, dial inscribed “ Jos Penlington, Liverpool”, lockable brass bezel with flat glass, rectangular shouldered four pillar movement plates, rack striking and recoil escapement, movement pinned to the dial via a false plate, rectangular case and bracket on carved corbel supports, profusely carved dial surround with representations of oak leaves and acorns upon a tooled background, two movement doors with sound frets and one pendulum adjustment door.
The Pennington’s were a prolific family of clockmakers working in Liverpool from 1818 until the turn of the 20th century.
Height: 86cm Length/Width: 62cm Depth/Diameter: 20cm
Case good, dial good, glass good, mainsprings wind, original case pegs missing.
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Collect from The Vine Street Salerooms, Scarborough YO11 1XN.