Yes, sad as it may seem, Sega have been cutting out some of the 'dead wood' and removing the 'chaff' from their UK operation. We had a whip-round amongst the staff here at UK:Resistance and would like to present you all with this lovely carriage clock, as a token of our sadness:
Yes, this high quality wood-effect "Regency Revival" late 19th century French mantel clock would look splendid on the mantelpiece of any sacked Sega employee. The fine quality case of mahogany is lavishly inlaid with fruit wood stringing, sheraton style fans and a floral swag. The break arch case top is decorated with brass ball finials and the case stands on finely detailed brass bracket feet. The white enamelled convex dial with black Arabic numerals and bearing the retailers name of Sir John Bennet, Paris, is a highly sought-after piece. The eight day movement No.15779 bears the trademark of A.D.Mougin a'Paris. A fine attractive clock.
UK:Resistance would like to thank you all for your hard work in the past, and wish you all the best for the future, in whatever company you chose to destroy from within next.