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George III Period Mahogany Long-case Clock By John Vidion Of Faversham


£4,650 | $6,192 USD | €5,269 EUR
Status: Reserved
Seller: John Beazor Antiques
This antique has been viewed 32 times in the past month with the most views from France.


George III period mahogany long-case clock by John Vidion of Faversham, circa 1780. The eight-day striking movement fitted with an arched silvered dial with calendar, seconds and strike-silent chapters, inscribed VIDION FEVERSHAM (sic). In a well-figured case with a panelled base and double plinth, surmounted by a break-arch hood with fretted crestings, and reeded columns with brass bases and capitals.
*John Vidion is known to have been working in Faversham, Kent from 1774 to 1801.
John Beazor Antiques is a family firm, established in 1875 and based in Cambridge since 1940. We are a traditional antiques shop, but very much in the 21st century. We deal in 18th and early 19th century furniture, barometers and clocks. We choose our stock for its originality and for the quality of its colour, patination and design.
We are members of the BADA. We do not exhibit at fairs preferring to deal from our Cambridge shop where we hold an Open Weekend every November.
Open 9.00am 5.00pm, Tuesday to Friday, 10.00am - 4.00pm on Saturday. A prior phone call or email before visiting is always a good idea and we are happy to be contacted outside of business hours.
Internal Ref: 8925


This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Georgian.


Height = 208 cm (81.9")
Width = 47 cm (18.5")
Depth = 24 cm (9.4")

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John Beazor Antiques
John Beazor Antiques
78-80 Regent Street
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