French Four Glass brass mantle clock c1880. The clock is in an unusual (near) square-section brass case with bevelled glass panels. White enamelled dial with black roman numerals, minute ring and shaped hands. Colleted winding holes. An 8-day duration movement striking the hours and half-hours on a bell. Pendulum with faux mercury vials and working Brocot suspension. Dial signed "Robert Ross, Paris" who would have been the retailer. Movement's backplate stamped HP&Co who were clockmakers operating near Paris during the mid to late 19th century. Supplied with winding keys. The clock is 26 cm in height. Base measures 15 cm width and 13.5 cm depth. Excellent time-keeper. Watch a brief video of it striking (above).
Fully cleaned and serviced but retaining its antique brass patina. The clock's movement is covered by our 12 month warranty in the UK.
Brass Four Glass Striking Mantle Clock Signed Robert Ross, Paris c.1880
This clock is in excellent overall condition commensurate with age. No chips, cracks or any damage to the dial or glass panels. Age related patina on the brass case. Please see images as these form an important part of the description.