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Bespoke Vintage UK

Regular price £3,850.00
Regular price Sale price £3,850.00
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18th century Scottish mahogany eight-day longcase clock, John Smith, Stonehouse, made during the reign of George III.  Four-pillar movement with anchor escapement, in good working order, striking on a bell, thirteen inch arched brass dial with pierced spandrels, silvered chapter ring, seconds dial, date aperture ( date not working), engraved to the arch ‘John. Smith, Stonehouse’. Mahogany inlaid case on turned feet.


Height 84" inches (213cm)
Width 19.5" inches (49cm)
Depth 9.5" inches (24cm)



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