Beautiful small English burr walnut bracket clock by Elliott c1920
~~ Excellent condition throughout ~~
This is a superb example of an English burr walnut mantel clock by the premier clockmaker Elliott.
The burr walnut case has a wonderful rich colour and patina and the grain really does shine through, this is complimented by the original bronzed dial with a contrasting silver chapter ring. There are figures to each corner of the dial and a central floral motif framed by a square bezel.
Each side of the clock has a glass panel to allow you to see the stunning quality movement as it is working
This particular clock was retailed by the clock specialist R J Christies of Edinburgh.
The movement is totally original and has just undergone a full overhaul, clean and serviceso you can be assured that this clock is in tip top condition and will give trouble free service for many years to come.
It is keeping accurate time to within 1 minute a week.
Overall this is an ...show more description outstanding clock in a beautiful burr walnut case.
The clock movement comes with a full 12 month warranty.
Because of its size and design it would look superb in a mantel piece or bedside cabinet.
Dimensions of clock: Height 17cms, Width is 23cms, Depth 7cms.
For further information please contact Andrew and Lynn Wilson of Fowey River Antiques, Cornwall on 01726 813155 daytime and evenings.
Delivery for this item to mainland UK is £12.
Why not collect in person and have a weekend in Cornwall - we are 2 miles from the historic port of Fowey and 3 miles from world famous Eden Project.
We specialise in high end vintage watches which we professionally restore such as Omega, Longines, Rolex, Jaeger LeCoultre etc and also ladies platinum and diamond cocktail watches. ...show less description
About the Date of Manufacture
This antique was produced in 1920. At the time that this antique was being crafted, George V ,the second son King Edward VII, was the King of England
This item is SOLD and is no longer available to purchase. The seller of the item was Fowey River Antiques.