18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool
18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool
18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool
18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool
18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool
18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool
18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool
18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool

18th Century Longcase Clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool

c. 1790 England

Offered by Windsor House Antiques Ltd

£11,000 gbp
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An 18th century longcase clock by James Cawfon of Liverpool with eight day movement. The swan neck pediment with boxwood dental moulding within. With eglomise panels above the two brass finials. The painted dial with phases of the Moon depicting a sailing ship. The world showing New Holland rather than Australia's*silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals. Boxwood dental moulding above the door of a wonderful flame mahogany. The quality of the mahogany being of the finest as befitting of a Liverpool clockmaker.
All of our Clocks have been cleaned, assembled, lubricated & tested and kept on test for seven days. They all carry a no quibble, one-year guarantee.
James Cawfon watch and clock maker was shown at 117 Park lane in Gore's directory of Liverpool and its environs in 1816.
*New Holland is a historical European name for mainland Australia and the unofficial name for the Australian Frontier. The name was first applied to Australia in 1644 by the Dutch seafarer Abel Tasman. The name New Holland continued to be used to refer to Australia until at least 1824.
Dimensions
Height 93.50 inch (237.49 cm)
Width 23.00 inch (58.42 cm)
Depth 10.50 inch (26.67 cm)
Stock Code
6882
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