An Engraved gilt brass strut timepiece with calendar in original presentation caseSigned Hunt & Roskell, London Mid 19th century

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Lot 140
An Engraved gilt brass strut timepiece with calendar in original presentation case
Signed Hunt & Roskell, London Mid 19th century

Sold for US$ 8,825 inc. premium

The Art of Time

16 Oct 2019, 13:00 EDT

New York

An Engraved gilt brass strut timepiece with calendar in original presentation case
Signed Hunt & Roskell, London
Date: Mid 19th century
Movement: Shaped rectangular plates, going barrel, platform lever escapement with plain balance
Dial: Silvered, engraved with flowers and vines, roman chapter ring above perpetual month calendar with aperture for varied days of the week, blued fleur-de-lys hands
Case: Rectangular, with hinged suspension loop engraved with flowers and foliage over the sides with conforming decoration, the bezel engraved with flowering vines, raised on shaped feet bordering the rotating strut, the back with further folding support to allow the clock to be displayed at an angle and with shuttered aperture to view the escapement, square in base to adjust cylinder with days of week, with signed leather fitted case including double ended key
Signed: Dial and movement
Size: 6 in (15.3 cm) high including suspension loop
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An Engraved gilt brass strut timepiece with calendar in original presentation caseSigned Hunt & Roskell, London Mid 19th century
An Engraved gilt brass strut timepiece with calendar in original presentation caseSigned Hunt & Roskell, London Mid 19th century
An Engraved gilt brass strut timepiece with calendar in original presentation caseSigned Hunt & Roskell, London Mid 19th century
An Engraved gilt brass strut timepiece with calendar in original presentation caseSigned Hunt & Roskell, London Mid 19th century
An Engraved gilt brass strut timepiece with calendar in original presentation caseSigned Hunt & Roskell, London Mid 19th century
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