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An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock.
An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock.

An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock.

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An Edwardian silver mounted gold and abalone shell inlaid lancet-shaped mantel clock. Unsigned, London 1907. The French eight-day two-train gong striking movement with silvered platform lever escapement and stamped with serial number 297 to the lower left hand corner of the backplate, the 2.5 inch circular white enamel Roman numeral dial with blued steel spade hands behind convex glass with moulded bezel, the lancet-shaped case with front finely inlaid with an engraved gold ribbon bow issuing abalone highlighted floral sprays over the dial and with conforming central urn and foliate ribbon swag decoration beneath, with scallop-bordered silver frame surround and stylised scroll-pierced lancet frets to sides, the rear with door matching the profile of the case within conforming silver surround, in stepped skirt base, Hallmarks for London 1907 makers H.B.A. for J. Batson and Son (Henry John Batson and Albert Edward Batson), 18.5cm (7.25ins) high.

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Product Code: MC2784