A Fine Quality Rosewood Bracket Clock by Barrauds of Cornhill, London
A fine Rosewood Bracket/Table Clock by this well known and famous maker.
The 8 day duration double fusee movement with anchor escapement and striking and repeating the hours on a bell. The backplate with a rear mounted bell and pendulum fixing point. The round white dial with Roman chapters, Strike/Silent facility, finely made brass hands and makers signature and place of work. The high quality rosewood case with brass fish scale sound frets, brass carrying handles and brass bordered blind frets around the dial. The case also with a plain chamfer top and standing on four brass ball feet.
Note: The Barrauds family were prolific Clock & Watchmakers, particularly specialising in Chronometers. Paul Philip Barraud was Master of the Clockmakers Company in 1810 & 1811. He partnered Howells & Jamison in the late 18th century to make Mudges Timekeepers. He died in 1820. From numbering records we believe that this clock is by his sons who carried on the business after his death.
Price: £6,500 / Height: 16¼" / C.1825