Regency mahogany longcase clock SOLD

£15,500

A fine Regency mahogany eight day striking longcase regulator

John Moore and Son, Clerkenwell, London

Circa 1810

The richly veneered case with brass capped quarter columns flanking the slender trunk door, conforming columns to the arch top hood surmounted by three heavy cast brass ball finials

Finely engraved and silvered Roman dial with subsidiary seconds above the engraved maker’s signature, blued steel hands

Substantial brass plates to the eight day movement with Graham-type dead beat escapement and striking the hours on a bell

Calibrated nut to heavy brass bobbed pendulum

Fully overhauled and one year guarantee

THIS ITEM IS SOLD BUT WE HAVE OTHER LONGCASE CLOCKS NOT CURRENTLY ON THE WEBSITE FOR SALE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING ONE PLEASE EMAIL US

 

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A fine Regency mahogany eight day striking longcase regulator

John Moore and Son, Clerkenwell, London

Circa 1810

The richly veneered case with brass capped quarter columns flanking the slender trunk door, conforming columns to the arch top hood surmounted by three heavy cast brass ball finials

Finely engraved and silvered Roman dial with subsidiary seconds above the engraved maker’s signature, blued steel hands

Substantial brass plates to the eight day movement with Graham-type dead beat escapement and striking the hours on a bell

Calibrated nut to heavy brass bobbed pendulum

Fully overhauled and one year guarantee

THIS ITEM IS SOLD BUT WE HAVE OTHER LONGCASE CLOCKS NOT CURRENTLY ON THE WEBSITE FOR SALE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING ONE PLEASE EMAIL US

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