Japanese Combination Lantern Clock and Pillar Clock
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2804M
- Date / Time :
- April 25, 2015 10:00AM
Japanese Combination Lantern Clock and Pillar Clock, 19th century, the verge movement surmounted by a straight-sided bell over the balance wheel within a drum surround, floral engraved dial plate and side doors, dial with adjustable characters on the revolving chapter ring with dual calendar apertures below, fixed steel hand, all mounted on a traditional case of black lacquer with floral inlay of abalone, glazed slide on hood with silvered pierced side sound frets, the trunk with adjustable hour and half-hour plates, time indicated by the fall of the single silver-cased octagonal weight, ht. 55 in.
Note: Please see Japanese Clocks, by N.H.N. Mody, plate 109, for another example of a combination clock.
Clock is currently running, bell has been repaired,
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