Stock No: 15560

A late 18th century, mahogany longcase clock by Joseph Grey of Durham. The case is enriched with satinwood crossbanding, bordered by ebony and box wood stringing. The moulded, inlaid trunk door is flanked by a pair of reeded quarter pilasters over the the generously moulded plinth, on ogeed feet.
The brass arched top dial with gilt pierced spandrels, silvered chapter ring with Roman hours and Arabic minutes has a matt centre with a subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture. This is flanked by a pair of reeded columns with brass Corinthian capitals, beneath a swan-neck pediment with brass finals and central brass eagle. The four pillar eight day movement strikes the hours on a single bronze bell.
English, circa 1760.

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Listed Price: £3,200 (+VAT where applicable)

Height Width
90 316"
229 cms
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27 cms

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