John Peterkin, London.
English Regency rosewood and brass mounted chamfer top bracket clock with its original wall bracket.
The round convex painted dial signed John Peterkin London with Roman numerals. The eight day double fusee movement with anchor escapement, striking the hours on a bell with strike/silent function and hour trip repeat. The backplate with engraved border and signed John Peterkin London.
The rosewood case of lovely rich patina with a chamfer top and ripple mouldings. Canted corners inset with brass and brass framed inset panels around the cast brass bezel with convex glass. Fish scale frets to the sides and brass ball feet.
- 16" High.
- Date circa.1815.
John Peterkin was at 25 Cleveland St. London from 1810-1840.
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