The name on the front of the clock is Wright, Birmingham. There were companies in England that just made clock faces. Thanks to the internet, I found out within seconds that there were two companies that made clock faces in Birmingham:
Wright, B&Co. From 1805 - 1820
Wright, Christopher From 1835 - 1845
Clock faces can be dated based on what is in the corners of the clock. The link below talks about how to date a clock face. If there are flowers in the corner, the clock is earlier, 1770 to about 1800.
For more information about clock faces: http://www.dialrestorer.co.uk/date-painted-dials.html
I wondered what kind of clock case it must have lived in originally. I hunted on the internet for a clock case that had a similar looking dial with "Wright-Birmingham" and found the following photo: