Chinoiserie Longcase Clock

REF: 375877

A red chinoiserie decorated longcase clock, dating to the second half of the 18th Century. It has a dome top hood, integral side pillars and a long arched door with a shaped plinth base. The case has a red ground with raised chinoiserie decoration in typical Cantonese design. It has a brass dial with a subsidiary seconds dial, a date window, a silvered chapter ring and a silvered name plate engraved by the maker John Edwards of Norwich. The 8 day bell striking movement sounds the hours on a bell. John Edwards is listed as working 1770-1784.

  • Height 214 cm / 84 "
  • Width 48 cm / 19"
  • Depth 25 cm / 10"


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  • Period George III
  • Year c.1775
  • Medium Oak, with lacquered decoration
  • Country England
  • Condition The case is in good original condition some areas show wear and ageing (see images), the dial has been restored a number of years ago, the movement has been fully serviced and is guaranteed for 12 months. If you would like a video clip of this clock working please email us.