25 inches, or 36 inches with the bracket.
The rosewood case is divided into panels by brass stringing and is glazed on all sides, resting on brass block feet. The front and back glasses can be removed for winding.
The 6 inch white enamel dial is uninterrupted by winding squares. The brass moon hands are set upon an Arabic minute track marking each half-minute and Roman hours.
This timepiece has a cranked lever for winding, beat regulation and a nine rod gridiron pendulum.
Derek Roberts fine antique clocks and barometers, 1993.
Private English collector.
Carriage clocks: their history and development by Allix and Bonnert.
Carriage and other travelling clocks by Derek Roberts.
Very good condition.
French table regulator by Chauveau, Paris Circa 1839
A fine 19th century French table regulator of three-month duration by Chauveau .