The bronze case having bevel edge glass side panels with bevel edge glass to the floral chased top with bronze carrying handle having S shaped end pieces with 4 knop type bronze finials with glazed back door.
With Original silk lined oak travel box.
The silvered engraved brass dial set within a cast and floral chased gilt mask having Roman hour divisions, signed below XII Jas Gowland 52 London Wall and further signed London above VI.
The substantial two train twin fusee chain driven striking movement with Harrison-type maintaining power with free sprung lever escapement sounding and repeating the hours on a coiled blued steel gong, the repeat activated via a pull cord and repeat knob.
Private collection UK.
English free-sprung underslung jewelled lever escapement.
James Gowland London. Circa 1860.
Bronze cased English fusee striking and repeating carriage clock.