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Lot 435
An early 19th Century oak, mahogany and inlaid longcase clock,
Sold for £1,762 (US$ 2,959) inc. premium
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Lot Details
An early 19th Century oak, mahogany and inlaid longcase clock,

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  • Neville Neal continued the chair making venture of Edward Gardiner who originally made chairs for Ernest Gimson.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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