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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "Late 18th century Mahogany Longcase Clock, JAMES CHATER, LONDON, circa 1775"
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12-inch silvered dial with gilt rococo spandrels, with date aperture and seconds dial, strike/silent dial, inset arch signed James Chater, London , the domed caddy top hood with broken-arch moulded cornice and brass ball and spire finials, brass fluted hood pillars, the trunk with arched door & panelled plinth with shaped apron
Height: 92.25 inches
James Chater b.circa.1704 d.1762
James Chater was apprenticed in 1718, became a member of the Clockmaker's Company in 1727. and died in 1762. He was in partnership with his son from 1754 onwards, when work was signed James Chater & Son. Their business was at 3 Cherry Tree Court, Aldersgate.
|Height||92.25 inch||(234.31 cm)|
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