Superb Elliott Bracket Clock, Signed by Garrard & Co. (Retailer To Royalty).

£225.00

English vintage Bracket Clock by maker F.W. Elliott, built Jan 1982 at Elliott’s factory in Hastings, England.

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Measurements

Height: 22cm
Width: 14cm
Depth: 7cm
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Condition

Immaculate for age, the clock has recently been completely overhauled so in fine working order.

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Additional Information

Period: Jan 1982
Material: Walnut
Origin: English

English vintage Bracket Clock by maker F.W. Elliott, built Jan 1982 at Elliott's factory in Hastings, England.

The chocolate brown Walnut case (model number '2983' as indicated on the base), has 2 x decorative three-quarter brass side columns, domed top Pagoda and shaped brass carrying handle and bun feet. The clock has a fixed glazed front, mounted in a brass frame that protects a chrome chapter ring with black Roman numerals and a pair of blued steel Louis XV style hands secured by a threaded collet. The smooth silvered centre, is surrounded by four brass maiden head spandrels, and signed at the top with "Garrard & Co Ltd. 112 Regent Street, London" (prestigious retailers and jewellers to the British and other royal families). And at the bottom "Elliott, London."

It incorporates the fabulously engineered Elliott rear winding 8-day movement, with engraved serial no. '391240'. (This movement was introduced by Elliott's circa 1953). The movement is driven by a French, 'l'Epée' manufactured, 7-jewel platform escapement mechanism (used by Elliott from c1970). The movements grained and unpolished rectangular brass backplate being stamped "F.W. Elliott Ltd, Croydon, England. 7 (Seven) Jewels Unadjusted."