A late 18th century Scottish Mahogany cased stick barometer.
The barometer has a register plate that is inscribed J Russell Falkirk and is an early example of his work.
John Russell went on to become one of Scotland's most famous barometer, clock and watch makers (1745-1817).
The barometer has an oval mahogany cover for the mercury cistern and the case is veneered in figured mahogany with chequered inlays to the edges.
To the top is a hinged glazed door over the engraved brass register plate.
The glass tube containing the mercury has a mahogany cover for it's full length.
The barometer is in good working condition. (Circa 1780)
Height 97cm (38.2 inches)
Width 14cm (5.5 inches)
Depth 4.5cm (1.8 inches)
This item has a level THREE shipping charge. (£90 UK mainland)
Internal Ref: 5011
Height = 97 cm (38")
Width = 14 cm (6")
Depth = 4 cm (2")
Date of Manufacture
This antique was produced in the 18th Century (1701 - 1800).