REGENCY BRACKETT CLOCK BY T. & I. OLLIVANT MANCHESTER - REF No. 124
H: 23 1/2 in / 59.7 cm ; W: 11 1/2 in / 29 cm ; D: 6 3/4 / 17.2 cm
A very fine English regency period bracket clock with rosewood case, surmounted by a pineapple finial on a bell shaped caddy over a double steeped plinth . Substantial 8 Day twin fusee movement striking the hours on original bell. The 8″ painted enamel convex dial with Roman hours and moon hands with makers name, Thomas and John Ollivant. Glazed rear door, brass fish scale sound panels and carrying handles to the sides, moulded top plinth raised on brass ball feet. With pendulum, case key and winder.
T. and I. Ollivant who were listed as clockmakers at Exchange Street & St. Marys gate, Manchester between 1815 and 1851