Victorian Porcelain Dial Strut Clock

Featuring a Domed Top & Porcelain Dial

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    With Ormolu Mounts & Bracket

    From our Clock collection, we are delighted to offer this unusual Victorian Dome Topped Strut Clock. The strut clock of rectangular form with a domed top mounted in ormolu with beautifully engraved scrollwork to the sides and top. The clock fitted with a heavily engineered bracket to ensure it stands stable upon any surface. The glazed front protects the porcelain dial below hand painted with a Blue outer border with gilt scrollwork and a central scene to the lower third featuring a male romancing a female in a woodland. The dial with Black Roman numerals having three cherubs flying around the clock hands. The hands probably of English origin dating to the late 19th century during the Victorian period circa 1880. The clock has undertake a full service in house before being available for sale. The clock very much in the manner of Thomas Cole strut clocks and likely manufactured by a follower after Thomas Cole.

    Victorian in the United Kingdom and the British Empire the Victorian era was the period of Queen Victoria’s reign from 1837 until 1901. The Victorian era followed on from the Georgian era and it preceded the Edwardian era. The late half of the Victorian era overlaps with the first part of the Belle Époque era of Continental Europe.

    Measurements 19cm High x 12.5cm Wide x 18cm Deep when stood on bracket – (7.5 x 4.9 x 7 Inches)

    Condition Excellent, wear consistent with age

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