18th.c. Welsh Longcase Clock c.1740.

S/N:32578

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18th.c. Welsh Longcase Clock c.1740.

COLLINGE ANTIQUES
Mid 18th.c. Welsh brass faced 8 day longcase clock c.1740 with associated works. Good early oak case with a large square hood with deep moulded cornice, turned columns to the door sides and ogee mouldings below. Long slim door to the body over a short plinth with further ogee mouldings, raised panel and shaped feet. Attractive brass face with separate chapter ring engraved with a simple fleur de lis (or three feathers?) detail between the numerals, and elaborate pierced spandrels. Further engraved detail to the centre and named for W.Hough of Wrexham. Early 19th.c eight day brass works c.1800, stamped for Wilson of Birmingham. Striking the hours on a bell and with period cast iron weights and brass bob pendulum. Note the date display is unfortunately no longer working.
Case has been cleaned and waxed in our workshops. The works have also been cleaned and overhauled and are sold with a 12 month guarantee. Winding key supplied.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 213cm (84in)
  • W: 53cm (21in)
  • D: 23cm (9in)

Period: 

c.1740

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Llandudno Junction
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United Kingdom

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Owner Nicky Collinge runs Collinge Antiques, has been dealing in antiques for over 30 years.

They are based in a large warehouse showroom in Llandudno Junction, North Wales, where they have an extensive and ever changing stock of genuine antiques.

As well as furniture from Georgian to Edwardian periods, and a special interest in Welsh pieces, they regularly deal in clocks, barometers, glass, silver, mirrors, militaria, paintings, bronzes, porcelain and have even sold vintage motorbikes and tractors!

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