ANTIQUE MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK BY BARRAUD OF LONDON
Height: 19¾ inches / 50.2 cm
Width: 10½ inches / 26.6 cm
Depth: 7 inches / 17.7 cm
Stock number: PC9468/0718
An original and fine mahogany bracket clock by Barraud of London, with a subtle pear wood inlay to the case, the 8 day twin fusee movement, strikes on a bell, with original matching back plates engraved and includes a repeat facility, signed on the dial and backplate ‘Barraud Cornhill London’ and numbered, with date of manufacture prior to 1813.
The well-known firm of Barraud were making high quality clocks and chronometers in Cornhill. London from 1799 – 1860. Paul Philip Barraud was master of the clockmakers company in 1810 and 1811. Philip died in 1820 and his sons, Frederick Joseph, John and James continued and maintained clock making to the high standard, set by their father and their clocks were signed Barraud & Sons after 1813.
Overhauled, serviced and guaranteed for 3 years.