Rare 19th century Japanese wall clock

Rare 19th century Japanese wall clock
Circa 1860
Hardwood 'Shaku Dokei', or striking wall clock. The pillar shaped case with lift-off glazed hood over a square section trunk set with pierced brass sound frets to the side and terminating in a key drawer with key. The removable scale set with eleven brass hour markers with shaped dividers between, the going train set in a posted frame in the hood, with turned pillars, pierced floral frontplate and verge escapement with balance wheel. The weight comprising of the plated strike train with outside countwheel and integral bell activated by pins on the back of the dial markers.


19.68 inches
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