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A choice William III Walnut and Floral Marquetry 8-day Longcase Clock of fine colour and patina. The 12" brass and silvered dial with signed chapter ring and spandrels enclosing an engraved matted centre with date aperture and subsidiary seconds dial fronting an eight day weight driven movement with five knopped and finned pillars and out-side count wheel strike on a bell. The superb original case with bulls-eye green glass lenticle to the door, panelled sides and standing on bun feet. Circa 1690.
Note: John Andrews was born circa 1666 and Apprenticed in 1680 to Nathaniel Pyne. He was freed in Sept. 1688 and took on numerous apprentices, nothing is known about him after 1715.
This clock is in fully restored condition and is sold with a 12 month guarantee, mainland UK delivery and set up included.
|Height||80.50 cm||(31.69 inches)|
|Width||19.50 cm||(7.68 inches)|
|Depth||10.00 cm||(3.94 inches)|
Michael Scott Antiques Ltd.
Clay Pitt Lane