Comitti Mantel Clock C4112TCH
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Chimes quarter-hours & strikes the hours.

Faithful reproductions of the classic Georgian table models.

The inverted bell top case is typical of many clocks made by John Ellicott (1706-1772).

Features a walnut case, hand rubbed and waxed, with burr walnut veneers inlaid and a satinwood edgeline.

Brass dial plate with cast spandrels, silver plated chapter ring and etched motif.

Beveled glasses to all sides and period milled hands.

The brassware is "antiqued" and lacquered to prevent tarnishing.

Hand cut fretwork decorates the front door.

Circa 1730.

These key-wound mantel clocks include a polished, triple chime nested bell, eight-day movement with automatic chime sequence correction and night silencers.

Plays the melodies of Westminster, Whittington and St. Michael.

Comitti's cases are made in London.

Please call for pricing and availability.

Model:  C4112TCH
Chimes:  Triple Chime
Manufacturer:  Comitti
Guarantee:  New & Authentic
Movement:  German Key-Wound
Warranty:  2 year manufacturer’s limited
Shipping:  Free within the Continental U.S.

Dimensions: H. 20" x W. 12" x D. 8."

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Comitti Mantel Clock C4211TCH
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Chimes quarter-hours & strikes the hours.

Features the popular basket top style introduced by Joseph Knibb, Circa 1675.

Burr walnut case, beveled glass to all sides, fine milled period hands and lacquered brass fittings.

Brass dial plates with "antiqued" cherub spandrels, silver plated chapter ring and etched motif.

These mechanical key-wound mantel clocks include a polished, triple chime, movement with a Swiss 9 jewel platform escapement.

Plays the chime melodies of Westminster, Whittington and St. Michael.

Automatic night silencer and chime sequence correction.

Comitti's cases are made in London.

Please call for pricing and availability.

Model:  C4211TCH
Chimes:  Triple Chime
Manufacturer:  Comitti
Guarantee:  New & Authentic
Movement:  German Key-Wound
Warranty:  2 year manufacturer’s limited
Shipping:  Free within the Continental U.S.

Dimensions:  H. 11.5" x W. 8.5" x D. 6.5."

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Comitti Mantel Clock C4412TCH
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Chimes quarter-hours & strikes the hours.

Burr Yew Georgian style inverted bell top case with hand cut fretwork.  Circa 1705.

The case is hand rubbed and waxed to achieve an "antique" patina.

The brass dial has cherub spandrels, silver finish chapter ring and fine milled hands.

Bevelled glasses and lacquered solid brass furniture.

These mechanical key-wound mantel clocks feature a polished triple chime eight-day movement with 9 jewel platform escapement and chime silencer.

Plays Westminster, Whittington or St. Michael chime melodies on rods.

Automatic night silencer and chime sequence correction.

Comitti's cases are made in London.

Please call for pricing and availability.

Model:  C4412TCH
Chimes:  Triple Chime
Manufacturer:  Comitti
Guarantee:  New & Authentic
Movement:  German Key-Wound
Warranty:  2 year manufacturer’s limited
Shipping:  Free within the Continental U.S.

Dimensions:  H. 14.5" x W. 8.5" x D. 6.25."

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Comitti Mantel Clock C4105CH
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Chimes quarter-hours & strikes the hours.

Features a cabinet style influenced by Thomas Sheraton and particularly popular in the Regency and again in the Edwardian period.  Circa 1820.

Mahogany lancet case with curl veneer, fan marquetry and boxwood stringing.

Enamel finish dial and delicate period hands.

Convex glass and lacquered solid brass fittings.

Fluted pillars with brass capitals.

These mechanical key-wound mantel clocks feature a Westminster chime, eight-day, movement with automatic chime sequence correction and chime silencer.

Comitti's cases are made in London.

Please call for pricing and availability.

Model:  C4105CH
Chimes:  Westminster
Manufacturer:  Comitti
Guarantee:  New & Authentic
Movement:  German Key-Wound
Warranty:  2 year manufacturer’s limited
Shipping:  Free within the Continental U.S.

Dimensions: H. 12.25" x W. 8.75" x D. 5."

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Comitti Mantel Clock C4402S
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Strikes the half-hours & counts the hours.

Yew arch top case with burr yew veneer, shell marquetry and ebonised edgeline.  Circa 1820.

Enamel finish dial and delicate period hands.

Convex glass and lacquered brass furniture.

These mechanical key-wound mantel clocks feature an Eight-day, bell strike, movement that indicates the time on the hour and the passing of the half-hour.

Comitti's cases are made in London.

Please call for pricing and availability.

Model:  C4402S
Chimes:  None (strike only)
Manufacturer:  Comitti
Guarantee:  New & Authentic
Movement:  German Key-Wound
Warranty:  2 year manufacturer’s limited
Shipping:  Free within the Continental U.S.

Dimensions:  H. 9.5" x W. 7" x D. 3.75."

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Comitti Mantel Clock C4402CH
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Chimes quarter-hours & strikes the hours.

Yew arch top case with burr yew veneer, shell marquetry and ebonised edgeline.  Circa 1820.

Enamel finish dial and delicate period hands with convex glass and lacquered solid brass furniture.

These mechanical key-wound mantel clocks feature an eight-day Westminster chime movement on rods.

Chime silencer and chime sequence correction.

Comitti's cases are made in London.

Please call for pricing and availability.

Model:  C4402CH
Chimes:  Westminster
Manufacturer:  Comitti
Guarantee:  New & Authentic
Movement:  German Key-Wound
Warranty:  2 year manufacturer’s limited
Shipping:  Free within the Continental U.S.

Dimensions:  H. 11" x W. 7.75" x D. 5."

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Comitti Mantel Clocks

In the 18th century, no wealthy household would be complete without one or more bracket or table clocks to complement the static longcase clock.  These clocks were designed to be portable and carried around the house.  Because of their size, and attention to detail, bracket clocks were extremely expensive and the product of the finest London clockmakers.

The clock designs mirrored the period styles that influenced longcase clocks, the earliest recognized form being the "basket top," popular from 1675-1700.  From the reign of Anne and persisting into that of George II, the "inverted bell top" was in vogue.  The "broken arch-top" begins about 1765 and can be described as a Hepplewhite type.  The "arch-top" is the "Sheraton" style of case, from 1785 onwards, alternating with the "ballon" in various forms and featuring fine marquetry.

These styles and traditions are all reflected in Comitti's collection.  Improvements in design and technical progress has made it possible to offer these clocks with various movement types, such as 9 bell triple chime movements to precision quartz movements.