A small mid-18th century double fusee ebonized bracket clock by Stephen Rimbault, London.
The well proportioned ebonized inverted bell-top case has ebony frets front and back, a hinged handle above, molded doors front and back with ‘lambs tongue’ corners and large arched glasses to the sides.
The brass broken arch dial plate has decorative floral spandrels, steel-cut blued hands, a silvered engraved chapter ring dial with Roman numerals for the hours and Arabic numbers for the five-minute marks, a silvered engraved strike/silent chapter, matted centers, date and false pendulum apertures and a plaque signed ‘Stephen Rimbault, London’.
The large eight-day twin fusee movement has knopped pillars, date and strike/silent features, rackwork striking with repeat on a bell, the original crownwheel escapement and a profusely engraved backplate and back cock apron. It is secured in the case by two screws through the bottom of the case and two turn latches flanking the dial.
For other examples of Stephen Rimbault clocks see: The Georgian Bracket Clock by Barder.
Height w/out handle - 14in.
Chapter ring diameter - 4.5 in.
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