MOVEMENT : Gilt verge movement, with engraved and pierced balance cock, blued screws and blued regulator disk (transitional type). Signed (Bullingford, LIVERPOOL) and numbered (1962). Four round pillars. Clean movement, complete and running.
DIAL : White enamel dial in excellent condition, with no repairs or damage.
Nice matching gold coloured hands.
INNER CASE : Silver hallmarks for Birmingham, 1823, maker’s mark WB. The silver is in good condition, with just one tiny dent on the back. The hinge is fine and the bezel snaps shut. The high dome, bull’s eye, crystal has no cracks or chips, but does have some surface scratches.
OUTER CASE : Silver pair case with matching hallmarks to the inner.
There are a few small, light bruises on the back, but otherwise good condition. The catch is fine (a little wear to the button) and the bezel snaps shut correctly.
Bullingford is listed as a Liverpool maker in the early 19th century.