Large Japanese Striking Shaku Dokei or Pillar Clock, 20th century, traditional-style wood case with glazed hood and key drawer, the trunk with geometric pierced brass sound frets inset into the sides and time scale with movable hour and half-hour markers attached to the front, brass movement with turned half-pillars at corners, pierced and engraved front plate and verge escapement regulated by a short front-mounted pendulum, spring-powered striking mechanism in the trunk, housed in a brass case, acts as the weight to power the time movement, ht. 25 in.
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