Miniature Longcase / Grandmother Clock

Miniature Longcase Clock

Miniature Longcase clock standing on a stepped base and surmounted by a moulded shaped arch with fine raised Chinoiserie decoration on an ebonised ground. The case featuring typical Chinese country scenes with forests, pagoda style houses and birds.

Silvered dial with ‘blued’ steel hands and Roman numerals signed ‘Finnigans, London’.

Eight day quarter Westminster chiming movement C.1920

The house of Finnigans was a British luxury luggage and trunk maker, originally established in Manchester in 1830. Later having retail premises in New Bond Street, London. Finnigans was one of the finest leather goods makers of their day they quickly moved into producing a range of luxury goods including trunks, fashion, bags, jewellery, timepieces and silverware. The firm finally closed it’s Bond Street store in 1968 and it’s final shop in 1988.
The house of Finnigans was a British luxury luggage and trunk maker, originally established in Manchester in 1830. Later having retail premises in New Bond Street, London. Finnigans was one of the finest leather goods makers of their day they quickly moved into producing a range of luxury goods including trunks, fashion, bags, jewellery, timepieces and silverware. The firm finally closed it’s Bond Street store in 1968 and it’s final shop in 1988.

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