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Lot 375
An 18th Century oak longcase clock,
Sold for £1,703 (US$ 2,863) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
An 18th Century oak longcase clock,
the square brass dial with leaf scroll spandrels, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture and winding holes with ring turned surrounds, inscribed "I. Richardson, Malton", eight day striking movement, in a plain hood with integral turned columns, below a cushion top, over a long trunk door, base and bracket plinth, 214cm high.

Footnotes

  • Neville Neal continued the chair making venture of Edward Gardiner who originally made chairs for Ernest Gimson. The Pass High Back is to a design by Gimson, Neville Neal's workshop continues today where his son Laurence makes chairs in the traditional way at his workshop in Stockton, Warwickshire.
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