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SA794346

George Edward Frodsham Quarter Striking Table Clock

Price

£2,995 | $4,079 USD | €3,510 EUR
Item Number: SA794346
Date of manufacture: 19th Century
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Steam Mill Clocks
This antique has been viewed 49 times in the past month with the most views from Finland.

Description

Here we have for sale, this fine Victorian Rosewood quarter striking 8 day English table clock.
The dial is signed G.E .Frodsham Gracechurch street London.
George Frodsham was born in 1831 and successor of John Frodsham in 1864. In 1889 G.E Frodsham announced he was the clock maker to the Queen , Prince of Wales and the Royal observatory. He later retired in 1901.
Being clock maker to the queen the quality of the clocks he produced and the high quality maintenance he provided would of been outstanding this is shown in many of his clocks with this being no exception.
The five pillar 8 day double fusee chain driven movement is of fantastic quality, striking every quarter of a hour on two large bells and the our on one bell (please see the video) the movement is in fantastic working order having been run with no faults at all. The 7.5inch cream painted dial is also in fantastic condition complimented the pierced blued steel hands , protected with a brass bezel and bevelled glass.
The rose wood case is in fantastic condition with crisp foliage carving to the top of the case.
The case maintains its original finish having been cleaned to a high standard and given a coat of high quality protective wax to protect the rosewood for years to come.
Overall the clock is a fantastic example, I would welcome any interested parties to come and view the clock to see how nice it really is in the flesh.
I have tried my best to include good quality detailed photographs of the clock and a accurate description. Should you require any further information please don’t hesitate to contact me on the details at the bottom of the page.
If the asking price is paid in full then I will deliver and set up the clock free of charge to the English mainland,Wales and the Scottish lowlands.I will also provide a 24 months guarantee under these circumstances.This is the same service that is provided by a high street retailer without the customer having to pay for the overheads
If a lesser off is accepted then this will be sold as a trade sale with the clock as described and with shipping costs the responsibility of the buyer.
I will ship this clock worldwide .
UK buyers are asked to use alternative means of payment to Pay Pal if at all possible.
Guesstimate prices areas follows
Europe £100
USA £180
Asia and Australia £260
Please read carefully.
Due to the covid pandemic please note that shipping costs have risen considerably. Therefore I would urge you to contact me to request a shipping price. Our averts give a “guesstimate” shipping price and until the item is packed and weighed a final price can not be given unless a professional shipping company is being used.
Thank you.



Declaration

This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 19th Century.


Dimensions

Height = 44 cm (17.3")
Width = 33 cm (13.0")
Depth = 19 cm (7.5")


Seller Details

Steam Mill Clocks
Derbyshire
United Kingdom
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