A THIRD QUARTER 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH MAHOGANY REGULATOR SIGNED E. BLURTON, STOURBRIDGE
the arched case with glazed rectangular side panel and hinged lockable door to the top, the moulded front door with pierced, carved stylised foliate mount beneath the dial, the signed, 13″ painted dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary running seconds dial, the A frame movement united by four pillars and with jewelled deadbeat escapement, with pendulum and weight and winder, the inside of the case with brass scale for the pendulum,
147cm high x 50cm wide x 26cm deep
The movement is winding and ticking but not fully tested or guaranteed.
B. Loomes ‘Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World’ listed Edward Blurton of Stourbridge as active between 1860 and 1876.