Mid 18th Century Oak Cottage Longcase Clock

REF: 106776


A small, well proportioned solid oak longcase clock, dating to the mid 18th Century. It has a flat top hood with reeded side columns, and a long door with a shaped plinth. The brass dial has a silvered chapter ring and corner sprandrels and a date window. The 30 hour movement is of an early posted lantern clock form and strikes the hours on a bell. Made by a Quaker clockmaker, this can be identified by the dial design and lack of a name as the Quaker order denied any form of self-promotion.

  • Height 190 cm / 75"
  • Width 51 cm / 20 14"
  • Depth 26 cm / 10 "


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  • Year c 1750
  • Country England
  • Condition The case retains its good original finish, the dial has been cleaned in recent years, the movement has been serviced and is guaranteed for 12 months.