Clockmaker: Johann Lehrner

Date: Kaschau around 1835
Dimensions: H 160 cm

Description: signed “Kassán Lehrner”, duration: 6 months, typical for the clockmaker solid cherry wood case in wedge shape with boxwood veins and internal adjusting screws behind the movement, plug-in door in the upper part, frontal indicated triangular gable, enamel dial, rimmed and fire-gilded bezel, blued steel hands, jumping second, glass-encapsulated movement, graham lever, movement suspension with bayonet catch, cable drum protruding through the back wall in a solid block, large lead weight running behind the back wall, spring suspension, steel rod second pendulum

Further Information and additional images upon request