Bracket Clocks

Jump of London

Jump of London

This fine and quite rare Bracket clock of small proportions is signed by Jump of London . The Jump family were very well respected clockmakers in London  . Richard Thomas Jump was freed of his apprentice to Benjamin Vulliamy clockmaker to King George III in 1825 and this clock would have been made by his sons Joseph and Alfred who were in business at 11 Old Bond Street , London ( now occupied by The Ritz Jewellers ) around 1857. This fine 'Triple Pad' top is in superbly original presented with a full brass dial with strike silent to the arch a silvered chapter ring and name plate , blued steel hands , gilded cherub head spandrels and carry handle to finish . The case is ebonised Pear wood and the substantial twin fusee movement has half dead beat escapement resulting in a surprisingly quiet tick . We have fully dismantled this clock and restored all parts and will be sold with a 24 month Guarantee . A beautiful little bracket clock ! please see the close up photos by clicking the picture .

Height 14" , Depth 7" , Width 10" .


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