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SA854292

Late 18th/early 19th Century Georgian Oak & Mahogany Banded 8 Day Bell Striking Grandfather Longcase Clock

Price

£1,495 | $2,036 USD | €1,752 EUR
Item Number: SA854292
Date of manufacture: Georgian
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Heydays Antiques
This antique has been viewed 69 times in the past month with the most views from Germany.

Description

Well Proportioned Oak Longcase Clock with Swan Neck Pediment, Reeded Mahogany Hood Columns, Full Length Trunk Door with Mahogany Cross Banding. Raised on Splayed Bracket Feet and Topped off with 3 Very Good Quality Heavy Brass Finials.
Height 214cm or 84.25in (Total including Top Finial 224cm)
The 8 Day Bell Striking Movement with Attractive Painted Dial with Both Seconds and Date Subsidiary Dials. Decorated with 2 Exotic Birds, Peony Flowers in Each Corner and Gilt Decoration. Signed Walter Watson "Mirincham" mistakenly for Altrincham, Cheshire, England. He is recorded in Brian Loomes Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World Book Circa 1800.
The Movement has been checked, Services and Tested to be in Good and Full Antique Working Condition.
Please contact Robert either via email or on 07899 058752 to arrange Viewing or Discuss Delivery Options. Where Possible Delivery is Carried out by Robert subject to Travel Costs. Alternatively, the Clock can Be Prepared for Courier Service and Instructions Emailed. He is Available for Follow Up Advice if Needed. Covid 19 Rules to Apply.
Internal Ref: JJ2111183Wat



Declaration

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


Dimensions

Height = 214 cm (84.3")
Width = 55 cm (21.7")
Depth = 25 cm (9.8")


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Heydays Antiques
Hanslope
Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire
United Kingdom

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