A Georgian London Made Dome Top Bracket Clock By Vesper Of Limehouse
This London clock is by of Limehouse in London. It is made in Cuban mahogany and has a bonnet top above an enamelled face. The clock has a fusee movement and the back plate is engraved by Vesper with the clock striking each hour. Vesper of London was working during the Regency period and this is a fine example. It stands lower than many bracket clocks making it useful for places where a normal height racket clock would be too tall.