A large pair of wall clocks typically found in factories and railway stations made in England by Gents of Leicester. c.1940
Salvaged from a Yorkshire mill, these clocks have been left in fantastic original condition. The original 240v electric movement has been rewired. Black steel casing waxed to preserve the light patina. Price is per clock.
Gents’ of Leicester, was established in Leicester, England, in 1872 by John Thomas Gent. For over a century, the company was a well known manufacturer of electrical equipment, in particular its electric clocks, which were used in public buildings and railway stations all over the world.