Ebonised case with chamfered and stepped pediment with brass mounted ripple-moulded cornice, brass lined chamfered angles with brass stringing to the base, standing on bun feet.
Arched dial plate, white enamel dial with Roman numerals signed Barraud’s, Cornhill London 1060 with foliate engraved mask below.
The twin fusee arched plate movement with anchor escapement, adjustable pendulum with locking nut. Hour rack striking on a bell mounted to the backplate, signed Barrauds, Cornhill, London.
Width: 9 inches
Depth: 6.5 inches
Very good condition.
Barraud, London no.1060 Circa 1815
A fine Regency ebonised and brass inlaid striking table clock.
Barraud made fine marine and pocket chronometers and, together with W Howells and G Jamieson in the 1790s, was commissioned to make chronometers for Thomas Mudge Jnr.