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Circa 1880, unusual bovine clock gong combination. The clock has an enamelled face with Arabic numerals and a lovely casting in the centre of a small cherub. Outside this, is a stylish chaste and cast brass bezel and the whole piece is encased in brass. There is a surmount of a stylised urn and Rococo casting each side. On each side of the clock are two cow horns, which are held in place by a ribbed brass bezel. The back of the clock is encased in a circular disc with open brass castings again of a foliate design with small faces interlaced with foliate casting. Beneath the clock are two hooks which hold a rectangular brass gong in position. The beater itself is also made in cast brass with a slow twist and a snail shaped end at one side and a wooden beater at the other. The clock has been serviced and is working. A very unusual piece of zoomorphic furniture.
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