Antique Bracket Clock by Webster Queen Victoria Street – London mid 19th century


A simply stunning two train 8-day- duration walnut veneered quarter striking small bracket clock. Twin fusee movement striking quarters on bells and the hours on a gong. Lovely small size and figured walnut cabinet. Silvered brass dial and signed by this good quality clockmaker.

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A simply stunning two train fusee movement with a rare feature of striking the quarters on a peel of bells and the hours on a gong with an ‘8-day’ duration movement.

The cabinet of the finest choice walnut veneers and of exemplary colour and patination. Delicate wood side fretwork and glazed window to the rear revealing the massive high quality movement.

The shaped silvered brass dial engraved with the maker Webster of Queen Victoria Street, London and numbered.

One of the finest early Victorian fusee movement clocks we have owned owing to the small size, stunning veneers and high quality two train quarter striking movement feature.

A collector’s clock is every sense.