This is a large 12 dial antique Japanese gallery wall clock from the late Meiji era c. It has a solid oak case with brass works. It is an early production clock from the Seikosha company.It has an "ST" mark on its dial (see picture 8) and on the back is a sticker from the Aichi clock company (see picture 11) a subsidiary of Seiko. Seikosha clock company began in 1881. As Seiko Company, it later became the largest clock and watch maker in the world. It is a type of clock that was used in train stations because of its large 12 dial. It once had additional numbers on the dial to go up to the 24 numbers on train clocks. It keeps excellent time and strikes on the hour with a deep melodic bong. It has an impressive pendulum bob and key (see picture 12).
Its solid oak case measures 17 in diameter (43 cm). The dial is 12 in diameter (30 cm). Overall it is in excellent condition and has been keeping accurate time for the last two months. It's dial has some missing paint where the 24 hour stickers have been removed at some time in its long life.
Sailerking and the Shogun's Gallery of Portland, Oregon have been in the Japanese antique business for over 38 years, and highly value our customers. Satisfaction Guarantee: All items are carefully described and photographed. Most items listed are antiques, and as such may have an expected amount of wear from normal use. We do not sell items with major flaws without mentioning it in the listing. See photos and descriptions for condition.
The item "JAPANESE ANTIQUE (C. 1910) SEKOSHA WOODEN WALL CLOCK BRASS MOVEMENT & PENDULUM" is in sale since Friday, June 11, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Clocks\Wall Clocks". The seller is "sailerking" and is located in Portland, Oregon.
This item can be shipped worldwide.