Brass Lyre-plate Fusee Skeleton Timepiece Attributed to Dent, London, c. 1850, silvered roman numeral dial and blued-steel moon hands front the shaped, lyre plate, time-only movement with chain fusee, delicate five-spoked wheel work, recoil escapement and rear-hung, thumb-screw regulated, brass-faced pendulum and retainer, all on a mahogany pedestal and under a glass shade, ht. 13 in.
Restored mahogany pedestal, movement in clean and restored condition
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