Moore Quarter-Repeating Table Clock, Ipswich, England, c. 1790, the painted and gilt finish case with fabric-backed scroll-cut wood sound frets, bell-top case with brass carrying handle, engraved silvered sheet brass dial marked Moore, Ipswich, with strike/silent in arch and faux pendulum and calendar apertures, fully engraved back plate on the eight-day time and strike fusee movement with quarter-hour repeat on demand on six bells, verge escapement and a short bob pendulum, ht. with handle extended 22 3/4 in.
Some paint loss and in-painting. Movement ticks, strikes and repeats but in need of a cleaning to stay running.
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