William and Mary period ebony veneered striking bracket clock, estimated £3000-5000 at Hutchinson Scott.

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Made by the London maker John Pepys, it is signed on the engraved backplate.

The clock has an original twin fusée movement and has been converted from a verge to anchor escapement and lacks the pull quarter repeat work. Its 6in (15cm) brass dial has winged cherub spandrels and a silvered chapter ring plus calendar and signed mock pendulum apertures.

The estimate is £3000-5000.