Scarce and Outstanding Art Deco Striking Mantel Clock from 1936 by Perivale ‘Coronet’ of London.

£375.00

We offer a rare unique opportunity to invest in a fabulous Coronet branded Art Deco striking Mantel Clock in immaculate condition.

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Minimum Price: £375

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Measurements

Height: 22cm
Width: 25cm
Depth: 12cm
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Condition

Immaculate for age, the clock has recently been completely overhauled so in fine working order. A coat of professional grade vanish was applied to its Oak case, in-keeping with its Coronet Art Deco heritage.

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Additional Information

Period: c1936 
Material: Oak 
Origin: English

We offer a rare unique opportunity to invest in a fabulous Coronet branded Art Deco striking Mantel Clock in immaculate condition.

“Coronet” was a registered trading name of the Perivale Clock Manufacturing Company in London, and one of the first brand names Perivale adopted, to produce, market and sell their “De-Luxe” range of mantle, bracket and longcase clocks. (This, in order to compete with the many expenses and luxury French and German clocks that were being imported into the UK at the time). Perivale only used the Coronet trademark for a period of around 20-months (Dec 1935 to summer 1937), meaning that today, Coronet branded clocks are exceedingly rare indeed.

The cases of the Coronet branded mantle clock range, were of “superior design”, being handcrafted in either Oak and/or Walnut, and each came with a quality and brilliantly reliable Perivale 8-day pendulum movement, stamped on the lacquered mill-finished backplate with the distinguished 31mm high Coronet ‘coat of arms’ trademark, (a coronation crown over a knights shield, with the wording “British Clocks” and “Coronet”). The clock strikes at the half and top of the hour with the number of hours on its authentic 1930’s diagonal line, cast metal block and gong, and is sold with its original 52.5mm polished double-faced brass pendulum bob and its much sought after Coronet signed brass winding key.

This clocks richly grained Oak case bears tribute to the level of craftmanship invested in the brand and is on-message with its Deco heritage. Its intarsia and garniture includes delicate strips of honey coloured Walnut veneer inlay to the front of the case, and two nicely proportioned chrome feet, that protrude from the clocks base. The clocks squared chrome chapter ring with black Arabic numerals, is fixed directly onto the case, finished with a pair of original chrome Hollow Baton hands secured with a pinned collet. The dial is protected by a squared glazed cover, mounted in a chrome bezel.

A rare and impressive ‘high-end’ Art Deco clock.