Function : Fusee chain Medium : Brass, glass & wood Region : London Circa : 1925
Rs. 75,000 - 85,000
(Inclusive 15% margin)
As the name suggests, such clocks were called
Skeleton makes because of their exposed mechanism. The outer body wooden casing was done post the inner mechanism was constructed. Another unique attribute about such clocks is the fact that they were on
numerous occasions worked upon by apprentices. This specific skeleton clock is mounted on a wooden base, the brass dial is painted with Roman numerals indicating the hour, flower motif painted in blue
between the progressing hours. The clock is presented along with its original glass cover.
Provenance : Property from an elite Parsi collection based in Mumbai.