Antique desk clock and barometer, in the form of a Ships wheel. Having a French eight-day movement with a rare twin plane escapement. The clock and barometer flanked by two mercury thermometers, and being able to revolve on the red marble base with a ratchet mechanism. Also having a gimballed compass to the top and an enamel dial inscribed Elkington Paris.
Height: 12 inches. Circa 1890.