John Leroux, London
A small George III ebonised three pad top table clock with break arch brass dial, silvered chapter ring, matted centre with calendar aperture and false pendulum aperture. Strike silent subsidiary dial to the arch, blued steel hands. The eight day double fusee movement, striking the hours on a bell and a verge escapement with a floral engraved backplate signed Leroux London. The ebonised break arch case has three raised pads with convex mouldings and brass carrying handle, glazed side panels reveal the movement.
Date c 1790
Height 13 ins (34 cm)
John Leroux was an eminent maker working in Charing Cross in circa 1781 - 1808.
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