7½ inches.


Supplied with a purpose-made 20th Century oak travelling case.


The 3⅜ by 5¼ inch shallow breakarch brass hinged dial door signed Matt. & Thos. Dutton London above a circular glazed aperture to the rectangular brass dial-plate, numbered 261, with silvered Roman chapter-ring, lozenge half-hour marks and delicately pierced blued-steel hand, the matted centre with large diameter silvered alarm setting disc.


The movement with 2⅞ by 3⅝ inch plates and four baluster pillars, the going train with verge escapement and short bob pendulum, the alarm with vertical crown wheel striking on a bell above the plates enclosed with drop-in sliding side doors, brass suspension loop to the top and wall spurs below.


30 hours.


Private collection UK.

Comparative Literature

Garnier & Carter, The Golden Age of English Horology, 2015, pp. 254-255.