An important English Regency period musical mantle clock executed in mahogony,
ebonized wood and brass and attributed to George Bullock. The movement signed by Robert Roskell (active in Liverpool and London, 1798-1830) striking, and
activating a music works playing six airs. George Bullock, one of the most innovative designers and cabinet makers of the Regency period was active in
Liverpool until 1812, when he moved his workshops, known as the Grecian Rooms, to London. CA. 1820.
20" x 30 x 12
On view at Didier Aaron, Inc.