James Rigby Charing Cross, London. Circa 1830

James Rigby 1795 -1808.

A very well regarded maker who succeeded Leroux an equally fine maker. A fine small twin fusee repeating bracket clock of eight day duration striking on a bell. The gadroon top mahogany case inlaid with brass and standing on four turned brass button feet. The silvered arch 4″ dial signed for the maker at Charing Cross in a flowing and intertwining script.

Height 32 cms. Width 17 cms. Depth 14cms.

Price. £8750. Circa. 1830.