Art Deco Longcase Clock

Art Deco oak cased longcase clock with arched top and rosewood moulding, serpentine shaped base standing on block feet and with glazed trunk door.

Silvered dial with Arabic numerals and blued steel hands, signed Enfield.

Eight day, quarter chiming weight driven movement with ‘Westminster’ chimes.

Original chrome plated weights and wood rod pendulum with chrome plated bob. C.1920

The Enfield clock company was founded in 1929 in Edmonton, North London. The company made all manner of good quality clocks for the home market up until early in the 1950’s. It was taken over by Smiths and in 1951 clocks were sold under the name ‘Smiths Enfield Clocks’. By the 1960’s the Enfield name seems to have disappeared.

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