Hello, I'm hoping someone will be able to shed some light on this vintage clock. I have done some research and I believe (but could definitely be wrong!) that it is a fusee clock, that the maker of the clock is Toll & Courtis (I am unable to get in to the case to see what is underneath the hand covering the name) who were a Watch and Jewellery maker in the late 1800's in South Africa. The clock face is 18 inches in diameter and due to its large scale and quality I was wondering if it had been for industrial use, possibly a railway station or school? I can only find examples of Toll & Courtis pocket watches and have found no examples of clocks made by them. If anyone has any information and can share their knowledge with me that would be very much appreciated. Thank you.