An uncommonly proportioned antique silver boudoir carriage clock by W&G Neal of London, 1906. The clock has a white enamelled dial with black roman numerals and minute ring. The rectangular silver case has a shaped silver handle and is raised on four bun feet. Hinged hallmarked rear door. French 8-day timepiece movement with original lever platform escapement. The backplate holds an integral, folding winding handle and a knurled thumbscrew for adjusting the hands. Hallmarked for London Assay Office 1906 and for silversmiths W&G Neal. Hallmarked in three places. The clock measures 12 cm to top of handle (9.5 cm excluding its handle), 6.5 cm in width and 5 cm in depth - making it a 'small' sized carriage clock however significantly larger than the more commonly seen 'miniature' silver boudoir clocks. A very nice example.
Fully cleaned. The clock's movement is covered by our 12 month warranty in the UK.
Silver Boudoir Carriage Clock by W&G Neal London 1906
This clock is in excellent overall condition commensurate with age. The dial is in pristine condition. The case is in excellent condition with very minor surface signs of age as would be expected in an antique silver clock. Please see images as these form an important part of the description.