18th century bracket clock

18th century bracket clock
Circa 1785
A fine George III mahogany veneered cased bracket clock or table clock. Engraved on the silvered dial and the brass back-plate, Johnson, Grays Inn Passage.
The clock has a top carrying handle. Silvered and engraved disc dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minutes. A smaller subsidiary disc dial for strike / silent.
8-day movement on a bell, with a pull repeat.
Beautifully engraved back plate.
English circa 1785

Provenance: Anthony Woodburn. Kent.

One years movement guaranteed from date of purchase.

Good consistent with age

10.83 inches
14.57 inches
7.68 inches
United Kingdom
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