Circa 1880, French brass and glass cased repeating carriage clock, in its original carrying case. The case is not in the best condition. The clock face has Roman and Arabic numerals on its white, enamel face and two tempered-steel hands. At the top of the front there is a repeater button which when pressed repeats the previous hour. At the top there is an oval bevel-edged glass and you can view the escapement from this. There is also glass on the front, sides, and back. The glass in the back forms part of the door, with a small brass knob, and opens to reveal the two winding handles for the time and the striker, for adjusting the hands, and a coil for the time. The clock has been serviced and retains its original key.
- Case 15cm high x 11cm wide x 11cm deep.