Fine English ebonised double fusee bracket clock, the movement with pull repeat playing on a nest of six bells and striking on another, the back plate profusely engraved with stylised swirling foliage, the 6″ brass arched dial signed Christopher Pinchbeck, London on an arched plate to the matted centre with false pendulum bob and calendar apertures enclosed by a silvered chapter ring, also with strike/silent dial to the arch, the stepped case with pierced gilded side panels, raised on ogee ormolu feet and surmounted by four pineapple finials and a caddy top with brass carrying handle, 19″ high; pendulum, winding key and door key.
*This clock has been made by the celebrated maker Christopher Pinchbeck who also invented the Pinchbeck alloy*

Sold for £4200