A very good walnut cased ting tang by the German factory of Winterhalder
and Hofmeier. Circa 1900 the clock has a light coloured walnut architectural
case with dental molding beneath the architectural top. The center
of the top being lightly carved. Below the roof detail is a carved
brick effect also seen at the base of the clock. The sides either
side of the door have Corinthian capitals with column supports.
The dial has a silvered chapter ring with brass spandrels, brass
framed glazed door with light beveled glass.
The movement is eight day duration with the quarter striking ( ting
tang ) on two coiled gongs. ( Ting tang being the sound that is
made when the gongs are struck ).
A double strike for the 1st quarter, two double strikes for the
half past and three doubles for the quarter to the hour. The hours
are chimed on a single gong.
The clock is in excellent condition and has been fully serviced.
Dimensions:The clock stands 16" tall .
Price SOLD including European delivery
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