Mahogany & Inlay Centre Seconds Longcase Clock, England c.1790 to c.1800
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An impressive, high quality mahogany longcase clock dating to the late 18th Century. It has a swan neck scroll pediment, with blind fretwork panels, an ogee shaped gazed door and fluted columns with brass capitals, The trunk has a serpentine figured top door, boxwood stringing and full matching reeded columns with a scroll base. The engraved silvered dial has a moon roller within the arch indicating the current phase of the moon over a 29.5 day cycle and rare sweep centre seconds and date hands. The 8 day movement has brass cased weights, another sign of quality. It is signed by the maker Mann of Coventry, who are listed as makers from 1787.
Worboys Antiques has clarified that the Mahogany & Inlay Centre Seconds Longcase Clock, England c.1790 to c.1800 (LA157133) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1790 - 1800
In excellent original condition, retaining its original finish. The movement has been fully serviced and is guaranteed for 12 months. If you would like a video clip of this clock striking please email us.
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