Early 20th Century Mantle Clock
A popular piece of any 19th century household would be a mantlepiece clock, from a country cottage to a large country estate, clocks would be seen on most mantlepieces, above and below stairs. These came in all maner of design from an inexpensive simple wooden piece, to an elaborate slate or ormolu piece.
This is a wooden mantle clock renowned London maker Elliot & Co.
This example would have been in a relatively wealthy house.
In overall good condition.
The clock does tick but no gaurentee on time keeping.
Clock Dimensions: 22cm length x 7cm deep x 15cm high.