Sold for £8,400

Lot details

John Knibb of Oxford ebonised cased basket topped bracket clock, circa 1685 but with later additions, the associated 8" square brass dial signed John Knibb Oxon Fecit and having cherub mask spandrels, silver chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, engraved centre, pierced blue steel hands, twin winding holes for an eight day six pillar verge fusee movement, having outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the backplate engraved with trailing flowers and a fish, signed John Knibb Oxonia Fecito, the case probably associated and with gilt metal mounts, fixed brass carry handle, and raised on bun feet, gross h.44cm, w.30.5cm


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