Comitti Georgian Basket Top Oak Westminster Chime

£1,260.00
SKU
C4811CH

Westminster chime eight day movement

Chime silencer and automatic chime sequence correction after setting the time

Hand polished oak case

Brass dial with spandrels, silver finish chapter ring and period hands

Mineral glass and lacquered solid brass furniture

Certificate of Authenticity Included

Height: 29cm, Width: 20cm, Depth: 12cm, Weight: 3.3kg

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This charming Georgian style basket top mantel clock with Westminster chime movement is a timeless classic. Boasting a hand polished medium oak cabinet, a brass dial with spandrels, silver finish chapter ring, period hands and mineral glass.

Mantel clocks became popular in the 18th century and are an exemplification of the art of the clock maker. Committi provide superb hand crafted and period designs, with the latest innovations in movements to suit the modern home.

The clock also features a Westminster chime eight day movement, a chime silencer and automatic chime sequence correction after setting the time. 

We will deliver the goods ordered by you to the address you give us for delivery at the time you make your order. It is your responsibility to ensure that the delivery address you give us is correct and accurate and that there is somebody to sign for and take delivery of the goods from the delivery service used.

All orders within the UK are delivered using Royal Mail Special Delivery or an alternative carrier during Royal Mail industrial action.

Delivery Charges:

Standard Recorded Delivery within the UK is FREE and will arrive within 2-5 working days

Next Day Delivery within the UK is £7.95 and will arrive the following day, if the order is placed before 1pm European Delivery will take 2-3 working days and is charged at £12.95

International Delivery will take 3-5 working days and is charged at £19.95

In 1845 an Italian precision instrument maker, Onorato Comitti, travelled to England seeking a new future in the land that was enjoying the unprecedented prosperity, generated by the Industrial Revolution. In 1850 he opened his workshop alongside other specialist makers in Clerkenwell, London.

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