A large mid to late 20th century mahogany dome-top 8-day bra...





A large mid to late 20th century mahogany dome-top 8-day bracket clock, reportedly made by William A Kermock who worked for the Royal Clockmaker Frodsham & Co, chased foliate silvered dial with Roman numeral hour markers and strike/silent dial, housed in architectural case with pillar supports, pierced fretwork side plates and heavy cast-brass movement striking on a gong, case height excluding bracket 54cm, with pendulum and key, working order

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A very good quality reproduction bracket clock, only one side length of beading detached but still present and only needs re-gluing, otherwise no damage, case has a few very faint natural cracks, rear door mesh plate has been dented and pushed in on one side, material beneath both pierced fretwork sides have a few small holes, hammer or gong are slightly out of shape as striking does not quite hit, bracket is quite sun bleached compared to clock case

Auction Date: 27th May 2021 at 9:30am

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