A 19th century oak Gothic style mantle clock  Dent, London
Lot 482
A 19th century oak Gothic style mantle clock Dent, London
Sold for £625 (US$ 1,049) inc. premium
Lot Details
A 19th century oak Gothic style mantle clock
Dent, London
Having a 7 inch white enamel dial with Roman hours, strike silent lever, signed 'DENT, LONDON', and numbered 12382; the twin fusee movement striking the hour on a coiled gong, backplate signed 'Dent, London', and numbered 12382; the fine quality lancet top case with clustered columns, side arches with pierced fretwork cloth back panels, the whole raised on a stepped plinth. With pendulum, winder and door keys. 43cm (17") high

Footnotes

  • Established in 1814, and still making high quality clocks and barometers today, the firm Dent of London is perhaps best recognised as the maker of 'Big Ben', the main clock in the tower of the Houses of Parliament.
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