Ansonia Slate & Marble Mantel Clock - Presented at St Judes Cricket Club 1913

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Seller: terag0_0 (3,002) 99.7%, Location: Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, Ships to: Americas, Europe, Asia, AU, Item: 184102916878 Ansonia Slate & Marble Mantel Clock - Presented at St Judes Cricket Club 1913.Weighing over 5kg, this is a rather nice and heavy slate and marble cased mantel clock, with an American Asonia pendulum movement, in need of some work, and with some history as it is accompanied by a small presentation plaque that ties it in nicely with some cricket history.The clock is rectangular, roughly 13" tall, 8.5" wide, and about 5" in depth, and has what seems to be a predominantly black slate body,, with green marble front corners and base, and a small domed top with spire, on sloping lid or roof, giving it an almost mausoleum like look.The case is actually beautifully made, some nice engraved detail as well as shaping to the green marble inset pillars, and it is in very good clean condition.The clock face is made from a nicely decorated gilded metal with roman numeral numbers, and a hinged glass cover.The back has a hinged gilt metal plate.Inside is an American pendulum movement marked 'Ansonia Clock Co. New York USA'.The clock has not been tested, though it has the pendulum present, and persists in ticking whenever it is moved, but I have no keys to check timekeeping and have not seen the nicely detailed hands move.As I have mentioned, the overall condition is very good with no damage visible inside or out that I have noticed, however, as shown in the photos, the wooden base is detached with coil and blocks, as well as the presentation plate.Finally, the presentation plate itself.This reads:'St. Judes Cricket Club Presented To George E. Meldrum For Bowling by Dr. Kennedy Will 1913'.I have as yet been unable to find any pertinent information about this, though the name Meldrum appears within some Arbroath historical docuements, though also fairly common in the US.That is all I can tell you, and apologize for the lengthy description, though I hope it helps.Note to buyers: Due to the number of items I have I will be sadly shortening my descriptions, though making sure any relevant information is included. When Listing items I try to be as accurate as possible in my descriptions. That said, it may be that I have missed something that is of valid importance. If this is the case, please get in touch as soon as possible, so as to rectify the issue in a timely and mutually satisfactory manner. Please do not use feedback for this, but send a message, and you will be answered as soon as possible. Refunds will be given when the error is mine. This said, please read descriptions carefully before bidding. If the item fails to reach you, or is damaged in transit, I have proofs of postage for all items, and will willingly assist any buyer, and even refund if I deem it necessary. All items are packed well, and hopefully no damage occurs. Thank you for your time Condition: Asonia Slate & Marble Mantel Clock - Presented at St Judes Cricket Club 1913.Weighing over 5kg, this is a rather nice and heavy slate and marble cased mantel clock, with an American Asonia pendulum movement, in need of some work, and with some history as it is accompanied by a small presentation plaque that ties it in nicely with some cricket history.The clock is rectangular, roughly 13" tall, 8.5" wide, and about 5" in depth, and has what seems to be a predominantly black slate body,, with green marble front corners and base, and a small domed top with spire, on sloping lid or roof, giving it an almost mausoleum like look.The case is actually beautifully made, some nice engraved detail as well as shaping to the green marble inset pillars, and it is in very good clean condition.The clock face is made from a nicely decorated gilded metal with roman numeral numbers, and a hinged glass cover.The back has a hinged gilt metal plate.Inside is an American pendulum movem................, Age: Antique, Post-1900, Material: Slate & Marble, Type: Presentation Mantel Clock, Features: Presentation Plaque, Sub-Type: Ansonia, Clock Type: Mantel Clock

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