Dent of London Bracket Clock

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Dent of London Bracket Clock

A late 19th century Georgian style mahogany bracket clock by Dent of London.

The clock has eight day double fusee works that strikes the hour on a large spiral gong and the quarter on eight bell Westminster chimes.

Edward J Dent (1790 - 1853) was the founder of Dent & Co who are famous for making the four face clock of 'Big Ben' and providing chronometers for the Royal Navy and much more.

The mahogany case has a hinged door to the front and back and glazed inspection windows to the sides.

Gilt brass beading decorates the doors, the viewing windows top panels and carrying handle and the clock stands on gilt brass ball feet.

The white dial has black Roman numerals and 'Dent London' on the front and is surrounded by gilt brass spandrels and a strike silent dial above.

The clock is, as expected in a Dent clock, beautifully made and chimes crisply. (Circa 1890)

Height 41.5cm (16.3 inches)
Width 27cm (10.6 inches)
Depth 21.5cm (8.5 inches)