An early 19th century 8 day mahogany longcase clock with moonphase James Condliff of Liverpool
Lot 506
An early 19th century 8 day mahogany longcase clock with moonphase James Condliff of Liverpool
£2,000 - 3,000
US$ 3,400 - 5,000
Lot Details
An early 19th century 8 day mahogany longcase clock with moonphase
James Condliff of Liverpool
Having a 14" white painted dial with Roman hours and calender arm, seconds dial and 29 day moon dial in arch, hand painted floral spandrels, the dial signed 'Jas Condliff, Liverpool'; movement rack striking on a bell; the fine case with broken swan neck pediment over four reeded columns (two half columns), the shaped top long door inlaid with figured mahogany oval flanked by flat reeded pilasters, base with conforming inlaid roundel, raised on squat ogee bracket feet. With two weights, winder and key. 225cm (88 1/2 inches) high

Footnotes

  • Loomes, Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World, lists James Condliff 'Born 1790 Sheffield (Yorks), working Gerrard Street, Liverpool (Lancs) 1813-18 then Circus Street, Liverpool 1819-22, then Fraser Street, Liverpool 1823-62
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