Queen Anne ebony bracket clock by Daniel DeLander, London

Stock Code: 2096 - SOLD

Description: A Queen Anne brass mounted ebony table clock with pull quarter repeat Daniel DeLander London.

The six finned pillar bell striking movement with rise/fall regulation and pull quarter repeat on a nest of six graduated bells, the backplate engraved with a basket of flowers within symmetrical foliate scrolls, the 7 inch brass break-arch dial with ringed winding holes, false bob aperture and cartouche 'Dan DeLander, London' to the matted centre within applied silvered Roman numeral chapter ring with lozenge half hour markers and Arabic five minutes to outer track, the angles applied with female mask and scroll cast spandrels with foliate scroll engraved infill between to lower and upper margins with the latter incorporating a N/S strike switch, the arch with subsidiary regulation dial flanked by unusual leaf-cast mounts within a foliate scroll engraved field.

The inverted bell-top top case with Quare pattern foliate cast carrying handle and vase finials above brass-edged upper mouldings and gilt scroll cast frets to the upper quadrants of the front door applied with raised mouldings, the sides with lozenge over break-arch glazed apertures and the rear door with break-arch window, on moulded base with brass bun feet.

Further Information: Daniel Delander is listed in Baillies clockmakers of the World as 'a famous maker', originially one of Thomas Tompion's assistants.

Condition: Excellent. The movement has been fully overhauled, restored verge escapement. Minor restorations to the case.

Country of Origin: England

Origin/Age: English, Queen Anne, circa 1710

Provenance: Private collection English home counties.

Maker: Daniel Delander, London

Signed: Dan DeLander, London

Dimensions: Height 19.00 inches (48.26cm) Width 11.00 inches (27.94cm) Depth 7.00 inches (17.78cm)

Price: £27,900