Late 18th Century 8 Day Pine Longcase Clock

REF: 131626


A late 18th century waxed pine Scottish longcase clock, of simple appearance. The hood has a traditional swan neck pediment, break arch door with turned side columns , it has turned and reeded side pilasters to the trunk and a wavy top door . The dial is a first period plain white enamel and raised gilt dial with the name of the maker within the arch, James Robertson of Dundee. Below the dial centre is a small date window and a subsidiary seconds dial above the centre. The 8 day movement strikes the hours on a bell. James Robertson is listed as a maker in Dundee in 1785

  • Height 207 cm / 81 "
  • Width 48 cm / 19"
  • Depth 24 cm / 9 12"


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  • Year c 1790
  • Country Scotland
  • Condition the case has been re-cleaned and waxed, the movement has been serviced in our own workshops and is guaranteed for 12 months.