18th Century Style Grandmother Clock

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An early 20th century Georgian style Grandmother clock.

The clock case is mahogany with box wood inlay and a German 8 day movement that strikes the quarter, half and hour and has Westminster Chimes. To the top of the clock face is a strike silent dial so that the Westminster chimes can be turned off.

The Grandmother clock case has a flame mahogany long door and base panel with a box wood edge.

The body of the clock case and hood has canted corners with a reeded decoration and brass stopped reeding.

The clock hood is dome topped that is inlaid to match, has a glazed door to the face and the clock stands on tall shaped bracket feet.

The clock works are triple barrel with time, strike and Westminster chimes, the makers name "Keinzle" is cast into the works.

Keinzle Uhren of Germany started making clocks in the early 19th century. In 1883 Jakob Kienzle married into the Schlenker family and the name of the company was changed to Schlenker & Kienzle.

In 1897 Jakob Kienzle became the sole owner, with the name of the company later being changed to Kienzle.

The works have been overhauled and are in full working order and come with a 12 month guarantee.

The clock is in full working condition, has had the case sympathetically restored and the works come with a 12 month guarantee  with Robert Taylor and son  .The case has a key for both doors.

(Circa 1920)

Height 168cm (66 inches)
Width 40cm (15.75 inches)
Depth 28cm (11 inches)

To view the Westminster chimes striking click here.