French Carriage Clock

Featuring Three Subsidiary Dials

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    With Enamel Dial Circa 1880

    From our Clock collection, we are delighted to offer this Antique French Carriage Clock. The French Carriage clock of typical form with bevelled edged glazed panels and a gilt brass frame. The Carriage Clock fitted with one large dial having black roman numerals and three subsidiary dials featuring a rare centre sweep to the top sub dial, an alarm to the bottom right and date calendar to the bottom left. The carriage clock also featuring an hour repeater to the top activated by a brass push button. The carriage clock is a beautiful example of watch making and is a rare model with the centre sweep. The clock dates to the late 19th century during the Belle Epoque era circa 1880.

    Centre Sweep refers to a hand that counts the seconds. Typically a clock is fitted with both a minute and hour hand however a further hand to count seconds is more uncommon and not often seen especially in carriage clocks making this a highly collectable piece.

    Belle Epoque is a period of French, Belgian and European history. It began in the early 1870’s and to ended with the outbreak of World War I in 1914.

    Antique a collectable object such as a piece of furniture or work of art that has a high value because of its age and quality. Objects of this nature are generally considered antique at 100 plus years of age.

    Measurements 14cm High x 8.5cm Wide x 7.5cm Deep

    Condition Excellent condition with very minor ware.

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