Smiths Brass Dial Carriage Clock made in England c.1950s

£120.00

8 Day Movement – wind once a week

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Description

“It’s gone from Cinderella to Prince Charming… I’m not very good at quotes….”  –  Denise (Our resident trainee horologist)

A top quality little clock, made by Smiths during the 1950s, restored by Denise in 2020!

Key you see is provided and used to wind the clock once every week.

One sets this clock by moving the minute hand onwards until the correct time is reached. An excellent 8 day clock for the bedside or study shelf.

Fully serviced and time kept.

Five Year Warrantee as standard.

Postage may be arranged or pick up in store.

History

Founded in 1851, Smiths were once the largest clock manufacturer in Europe.  From their head office in Cricklewood, North London, they produced clocks for the home, workplace, aircraft and the motor industry. Smiths clocks could be found everywhere from railway stations to schools, from Bentley’s to Mini’s and even the Supermarine Spitfires flown during the Second World War.

 

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