Early 19th century oak long-case clock by Caldecott of Huntingdon
Early 19th century oak long-case clock by Caldecott of Huntingdon
Early 19th century oak long-case clock by Caldecott of Huntingdon
Early 19th century oak long-case clock by Caldecott of Huntingdon
Early 19th century oak long-case clock by Caldecott of Huntingdon

Early 19th century oak long-case clock by Caldecott of Huntingdon

c. 1810 England

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Early nineteenth century oak long-case clock by Caldecott of Huntingdon; the 8-day striking movement with an attractive arched enamel dial painted with gilded stylised shells and a sheaf-of-corn; the richly-coloured case surmounted by a swan's-neck pediment decorated with dentil and dog-tooth motifs; the trunk-door with an unusual complicated catch. John Caldecott is known to have been working in Huntingdon at the turn of the 18th century.
In good working condition
Dimensions
Height 82.00 inch (208.28 cm)
Stock Code
MC
Medium
Oak
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