A stunning extra large brass station clock made in England by Synchronome circa 1930. Aged brass case and wear to the face with the trademark Synchronome spade hour hand this time piece has so much going for it and will make an amazing functional feature piece for any wall.
Synchronome were the preeminent clock maker throughout the early & mid 20th century, commercially producing the most accurate electric clocks globally despite strong competition from companies such as Gents of Leicester.
The original slave movement has been maintained and is powered by a low voltage modern impulse driver which can be either battery or mains powered on request.
|Clock Face||600 mm (24 Inch)|
|Width||660 mm (26 Inch)|
|Colour / Materials||Aged Brass / Cream to off white face|