Thomas Gardner Mahogany Table Clock, London, c. 1780, mahogany case with sarcophagus top, four brass finials and top-mounted carrying handle, fabric-backed pierced side sound frets, on brass ogee bracket feet, composite brass dial with silvered chapter ring, matted center with cutout for maker's name boss and calendar, silvered strike/silent in the arch, fusee, eight-day, time and strike movement with fully engraved back plate regulated by a pendulum, ht. with handle extended 22 in.
Some veneer cracks. Clock currently running. Pendulum and case key but no winding key. The clock has a verge escapement.
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