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Lovely 19th Century Eight Day Mahogany Moon Rolling Longcase Clock by Mann of Norwich c.1810-1830
Lovely 19th Century Eight Day Mahogany Longcase Clock by Mann of Norwich, Circa 1810-1830. Slim mahogany case with boxwood stringing to the hood door, trunk door & base. Painted arched white dial with Arabic numerals, separate seconds dial and date calendar with rolling moon. Painted shell decoration & floral spandrels to the dial. Painted ship & cottage follow the rolling moon in the arch. 8 day movement in good working order strikes the hour on a bell. Case in excellent condition. There are several Mann's of Norwich from the same family recorded as working at this time & we believe that this clock came from the workshop of John Mann (Died 1835) His wife, Matilda is also recorded as clockmaker & carried on making clocks after John's death. This clock was possibly by Matilda Mann & this might account for no first name on the dial. Please call Nigel for any further information & more photos on 07864 676839, to make an arrangement to view this item, to make a purchase & for payment & delivery options. We are always happy to answer any questions you may have. Over 30 Years restoring and retailing fine quality antique furniture. Buy With Confidence from Charnwood Antiques.
Width 20 3/4" (52.7cm) at hood pediment. Width 19 1/2" (49.5cm) at feet. Width 14 1/2" (37cm) at trunk. Height 82 1/2" (209.5cm) Depth 9 1/4" (23.5cm) at feet. Depth 9" (23cm) at hood.
Charnwood Antiques has clarified that the Lovely 19th Century Eight Day Mahogany Moon Rolling Longcase Clock by Mann of Norwich c.1810-1830 (LA330545) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Circa 1810-1830
Movement in good working order. Case in excellent condition with no splits or veneer losses.
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This Lovely 19th Century Eight Day Mahogany Moon Rolling Longcase Clock by Mann of Norwich c.1810-1830 is located in Essex, United Kingdom