Edwin Hardy, Wells Twin Fusee Dropdial Wall Clock
$ 1487 | € 1462
A Victorian drop dial twin fusee wall clock. A rarer example striking the hours on a bell. A mahogany case and the original side carvings. A glazed pendulum aperture. A brass bezel surround to the dial. A 12" painted dial signed ' Edw Hardy, Wells ' with blued steel hands. Twin side doors and an opening bottom door. An 8-day duration double fusee mechanism striking the hours on a bell of high quality. Circa 1860.
Edward Hardy of Wells (Somerset) is recorded in A J Moores'' 'Watch and Clockmakers of Somerset' book as working from 1842-1875. He worked in the High Street and Priest Row.
Height 27" / 69 cms Width 16" / 41 cms Depth 5 1/2 " / 15 cms.
From Kembery Antique Clocks Ltd you can expect a genuine antique wall clock that has been serviced with 12 months guarantee. Please contact us for a personal delivery quote. We are members of The British Watchmakers and Clockmakers Guild