Musical Bracket Clock, by Thos. Uddal, England, c. 1805. Brazillian rosewood case, ebony and tulip inlays and ornamented with brass inlays in Regency taste. Twelve bells play 8 tunes at 12-3-6-9 o’clock 26” high x 15” wide x 9” deep. (SB).

Made c 1805

Musical Bracket Clock, by Thos. Uddal, England, c. 1805. Brazillian rosewood case, ebony and tulip inlays and ornamented with brass inlays in Regency taste. Twelve bells play 8 tunes at 12-3-6-9 o’clock 26” high x 15” wide x 9” deep. (SB).

Summary

H8538
Musical Bracket Clock, by Thos. Uddal, England, c. 1805. Brazillian rosewood case, ebony and tulip inlays and ornamented with brass inlays in Regency taste. Twelve bells play 8 tunes at 12-3-6-9 o'clock 26" high x 15" wide x 9" deep. (SB).

Dimensions

650 mm
370 mm
215 mm

Production

c 1805

Source

Purchased 1969
3 April, 1969

Cite this Object

Musical Bracket Clock, by Thos. Uddal, England, c. 1805. Brazillian rosewood case, ebony and tulip inlays and ornamented with brass inlays in Regency taste. Twelve bells play 8 tunes at 12-3-6-9 o'clock 26" high x 15" wide x 9" deep. (SB). 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 November 2017, <https://ma.as/252317>
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