ABRAHAM BERNARD

Offered by Howard Walwyn Ltd
ABRAHAM BERNARD

ABRAHAM BERNARD

Offered by Howard Walwyn
Date & Origin c. 1760, Bristol
Dimensions
Description
A fine George III period tavern clock in a very original state of preservation.

The 8-day timepiece movement is very unusual in being chain wound and the chinoiserie decoration of the case is a beautiful mellow colour.

The dial has a glazed opening – another rare feature.

Height: 53 in (135 cm)

Dial Width: 24 ½ in (62 cm)
Signed / Inscribed
Abrahm. Bernard, Bristol.
P.O.A
Dimensions
Description
A fine George III period tavern clock in a very original state of preservation.

The 8-day timepiece movement is very unusual in being chain wound and the chinoiserie decoration of the case is a beautiful mellow colour.

The dial has a glazed opening – another rare feature.

Height: 53 in (135 cm)

Dial Width: 24 ½ in (62 cm)

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