Circa 1900, George II style mahogany mantel clock of diminutive proportions. The clock has a pagoda top with a brass finial, over a framed glass door with an arched top. This opens to show a silver engraved dial with Roman numerals, very fine hands and the name Thomas Martin London. The back of the clock has a hinged door which opens to reveal a small movement with a visible escapement. The movement has been serviced and is working. All standing on four cast brass raised ogee bracket feet.
- 25cm high x 13cm wide x 7cm deep.