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Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908

A fine and impressive antique Swiss sterling silver carriage style eight-day boudoir clock; an addition to our silver timepiece collection

SKU: A2901
Price: £1,295.00
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Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908
Swiss Sterling Silver Boudoir Clock - Antique 1908

Description


This fine antique sterling silver boudoir clock has a plain rectangular form onto four bun feet.


The surface of this antique Swiss clock is plain and unembellished.


This impressive silver boudoir clock retains the original hinged hallmarked scrolling swing carrying handle.


The white enamel dial is ornamented with black hour Roman numerals, encircled with plain black chapter ring with minute markers.


The face of this timepiece is visible through a circular glass 'window' with a plain applied silver border.


The hallmarked hinged door opens to reveal the original gilt interior and eight-day Swiss made movement and bears the registration number ‘55054’.


The clock movement is fitted with an incorporated hinged winding key, featuring an elongated rounded handle.


The door has a subtle rounded thumbpiece to facilitate opening.


The hallmarks to this impressive clock include:

Maker’s mark: JTC (Geneva Clock Co.)

Importer’s mark: G&H (untraced)

Import mark: London, England

Import date mark: n (1908)

Silver quality/purity mark: .925 (sterling standard)


Date: 1908

Condition


This antique Swiss clock is a very good gauge of silver, excellent quality and in excellent condition.

The movement has been professionally overhauled and is supplied with a twelve month guarantee.

The clock casing has been professionally polished and is in presentation condition.

Full import hallmarks struck to the underside of the clock and part hallmarks to the handle, clock movement and interior of the door are all very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of antique silverware.


Dimensions


Height to top of handle 6.6cm/2.6"

Width 4.7cm/1.9"

Depth 3.6cm/1.4"


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Andrew Campbell started trading in Antique Silver in the 1970's. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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