Victorian Four Glass Mantel Clock

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Victorian Four Glass Mantel Clock

A late 19th century Victorian brass and glass mantel clock.

The clock has four bevelled edge glass panels to the sides, Corinthian pillars to each corner, a plinth base and hinged doors front and back.

The French works are an eight day striking movement by Samuel Marti and strike the hour and half hour on a bell.

Samuel Marti was a well known clock maker in Paris in the mid 19th century. In 1860 it's known that his premises were situated at Le Pays de Montbeliard and in 1863 Marti worked with two other well known clock maker's Roux and Japy Frères in promoting their clock movements.

The clock is in good condition and fully working with a 12 month guarantee. (Circa 1880)

Height 36.5cm (14.3 inches)
Width 21.5cm (8.5 inches)
Depth 16cm (6.3 inches)