Details: Stately bracket or mantle clock featuring an ebonized case with brass accents adorned with gold ormolu over a pink satin and five pine cone finials. Movement by J.N Moore & Sons who meticulously crafted these timepieces in Clerkenwell, London in the early to mid 1800's. Original reserved bronze face with brushed steel showcasing roman numerals above an applied gold finished scroll floral plate with the manufacturers stamp encased in an arched glass door. Four long brass adorned supports on each corner of the clock. Each side of the clock has an decorative, arched ormolu inset with a radiant cherub or angel motif. Believed to have an eight day movement, the piece comes with a key to wind the clock, pendulum and crank. Brass movement plate on the back is stamped "John Moore & Sons, Clerkenwell, London 15201". Appraised in 1989 by Adams & Associate Appraisers for $6,500.
Dimensions: 25"h x 14.5"w x 10.75"d (37 lbs)
Condition: In beautiful condition, however, the coil portion of the movement in the back exhibits slight rust from being near salt air.