A stunning little industrial clock made in England circa 1930 by Synchronome.
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.
This beautiful little station clock has a stepped copper case retaining its wonderful original aged patination.
The clock face is in stunning condition considering the clocks age with the attractive font and spade hands typically found on a Synchronome clock.
The clock currently retains the original slave movement which is ran via a modern impulse unit which can be mains or battery powered, alternatively we can install a modern battery quartz movement for convenience.
|Movement Type||Customer Choice|
|Clock face width||7.5 Inch (190 mm)|
|Overall Width||9.5 Inch (240 mm)|
|Colour / Materials||Copper|