A late George III Gothic design figured mahogany, boxwood marquetry and line inlaid bracket clock, the domed and painted circular dial with eight day twin fusee striking and repeating movement, the back plate with engraved border and inscribed "Josh. Moxon, London", flanked by gilt brass turned section pilasters below a brass beaded edge top, Gothic arch glazed and gilt brass fretwork side panels, each below a patinated leopard's mask ring side handle, on a plinth base and gilt brass bun type feet, 49.5cm high, complete with original bracket with conforming inlays, 31cm high.  (2)  See illustration

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Lot 483
A late George III Gothic design figured mahogany, boxwood marquetry and line inlaid bracket clock,
the domed and painted circular dial with eight day twin fusee striking and repeating movement, the back plate with engraved border and inscribed "Josh. Moxon, London", flanked by gilt brass turned section pilasters below a brass beaded edge top, Gothic arch glazed and gilt brass fretwork side panels, each below a patinated leopard's mask ring side handle, on a plinth base and gilt brass bun type feet, 49.5cm high, complete with original bracket with conforming inlays, 31cm high. (2)

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Sold for £ 2,350 (US$ 3,210) inc. premium
CLOCKS, BAROMETERS & SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS
A late George III Gothic design figured mahogany, boxwood marquetry and line inlaid bracket clock,
the domed and painted circular dial with eight day twin fusee striking and repeating movement, the back plate with engraved border and inscribed "Josh. Moxon, London", flanked by gilt brass turned section pilasters below a brass beaded edge top, Gothic arch glazed and gilt brass fretwork side panels, each below a patinated leopard's mask ring side handle, on a plinth base and gilt brass bun type feet, 49.5cm high, complete with original bracket with conforming inlays, 31cm high. (2)

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Footnotes

  • J. Moxon is listed with skeleton clock at Buckingham Palace, circa 1820.
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