Small Oak Scottish Longcase Clock (Scotland, c. 1820)


A small solid oak Edinburgh made longcase clock dating to the early 19th Century. It has a low swan neck hood, an arched long door, flanked by reeded quartered side pillars and a plinth base. The dial has an unusual, attractive classical designed painted enamel dial (a reflection of the Georgian interiors in the New Town area of Edinburgh). It has subsidiary date and seconds dials and is signed by the maker Paterson of Edinburgh. The 8 day movement sounds the hours on a bell. James Paterson is listed as working 1789-1825.

Current Condition
The case has been re-polished and wax finished, the movement has been fully serviced and is guaranteed for 12 months. If you would like a video clip of this clock striking please email us.

51.00cm wide   208.00cm high   25.00cm deep (20.08 inches wide  81.89 inches high  9.84 inches deep)

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