Time waits for no one…..
We are proud to offer a huge cast iron and milk glass sectioned early 20th Century church clock face. Made from a handcrafted cast iron frame, inserts of original milk glass sections, it still has its original copper hand support centralised. A very heavy items as you can imagine, weighting close to 60kg. This example was uncovered in a town hall storage cupboard in Norwich (UK) early this year. A truly wonderfully aged and full of character piece of English time keeping, it would look amazing placed in a retail, restaurant, or large hallway entrance.
NOTE: due to this items size and weight we strongly suggest you get in touch with us before considering a purchase. The logistics of transporting this item globally or outside of the UK would need discussion.
Dimensions in inches: H 65” x W 65” x D 2”
Age:1900 – 1910
Material: Glass / Cast iron / Perspex
This item is completely solid in structure and form, aging has taken place over all the surface, which is what gives this item its decorative look. 80% for the original milk glass is still inserted into the cast iron frame, however the main central section where the hands would have once fitted is an aged Perspex and likely replace in the mid – 20th century. There a few other old repairs, where the glass has been replaced however this does not detract for the visual look of this item. One section is missing to the bottom right as shown in the photos, this is likely to have been a hatch or access point and likely made from wood or brass to access the clock externally if needed. The old plaster which holds the Perspex and glass sheets in place is also brittle and old as you would expect. The photos aim to represent this items condition as best as possible. However, if you are unsure of specific areas, we strongly suggest you propose question before a purchase is made to avoid any confusion or disappointment.
Please get in touch in advance of a purchase if you based outside of the UK to clarify P&P on this item as this varies dependent upon your global location. Global shipping is possible so please view all shipping details as explained. With items of this fragile and rare nature we always recommend recorded/tracked postage with adequate insurance cover. This may cost a bit more, but at least you are covered from accidents that may take place whilst in transit.
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We aim to ship your purchased item in 2 to 3 working days. The item is packed well and shipped via Parcelforce or Royal mail. Additional to this we used a few carefully selected couriers in the UK to deliver our most fragile or larger item. The courier option is applied at the buyer’s cost, so please get in touch with us directly for further information.
Cancellation / Refunds
We are unable to refund any item which is purchased unless the item is different from what is described in the advert stated. We go to a lot of effect to ensure our customers are happy with their items and purchases. Therefore, we strongly suggest the customer consider the purchase/view all pictures and close ups and propose as many questions via email before a purchase is made. We do no refund our customers if they choose to change their mind about the purchase unfortunately, we will however offer a full refund of the item (excluding postage) if the item once received is not as described, this however can only take place within 48hr of the item being received by the customer. Once an item has been received and if a cancellation has been agreed by The House of Antiques management team, the customer is liable for the cost and insurance of postage if the item needs to be sent back to us in London.
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