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An Early 19th Century Mahogany Longcase Clock With An Attractive Painted Dial.

Status: This item has been sold
Sold by: Culvertons

This antique has been viewed 10 times in the past month with the most views from France.


This slender well proportioned mahogany eight-day longcase clock has a particularly attractive painted dial with separate second-hand and calendar subsidiary dials. The maritime theme that runs through the original decoration is an indication of its coastal & naval origins. This is further supported by the maker's name and location painted on the dial: Rider of Southampton. The painted spandrels (corners of the main dial) depict sea shells which were very popular with 19th Century amateur naturalists and collectors.
A very elegant clock and one that will compliment and not dominate its surroundings.
Both movement and case have undergone sensitive restoration.
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This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 1800.


Height = 218 cm (85.8")
Width = 48 cm (18.9")
Depth = 23 cm (9.1")

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42 A West Street
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