The Cromwellian Eureka Clock

The Cromwellian Eureka Clock

The most expensive of all the Eureka clocks to buy in 1906, the Cromwellian sold for 10-10 shillings!

The clock is modelled in the form of a Lantern Clock with strap work bell frame and large silvered bell to pierced and engraved dolphin pediment with engraved mask and three hinged doors raised on four ball feet. Roman chapter ring with inside quarters track and pierced hands, cantered by a bevelled glass panel showing a visible movement, the movement of typical form with oversized and compensated pendulum with battery mounting to back door.  Over all size –Height 16.5 ins, and 7ins. square 

The movement is housed in a large heavy brass lantern case.  

The dial consists of an outer chapter ring with bold Roman numerals, and a polished inner ring protected by a thick bevelled glass. The dial is signed Eureka Clock Co Ltd London, Pat ~No 14614, 1906 and No 2247 Made in England.






Clock sold—now in private collection