An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock *** Smith Forres
Lot 886
An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock *** Smith Forres
Sold for £1,292 (US$ 2,172) inc. premium
Auction Details
The Scottish Sale Edinburgh
24 Aug 2006 11:00 BST

Auction 13978
Lot Details
An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock
*** Smith Forres
The arched and painted Roman dial with central subsidiary seconds and date dials, the spandrels painted with rural scenes, the arch painted with the scene of a bridge, the hood with a pair of tapering columns below a swan neck pediment, the shaped trunk door flanked by a pair of lappet clad columns, on a cross-banded box base and bracket feet. 217cm high.
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