An 18th century oak 8 day longcase clock James Barlow. Oldham.1775-1781
Lot 560
An 18th century oak 8 day longcase clock
James Barlow. Oldham.1775-1781
£800 - 1,200
US$ 1,300 - 2,000
Auction Details
Lot Details
An 18th century oak 8 day longcase clock
James Barlow. Oldham.1775-1781
Having a signed 13" brass dial with Roman hours and Arabic minutes, the centre with engraved decoration, date aperture and hand painted calender dial; the twin train movement calling the hours on a bell; hood with broken swan necked pediment with brass ball finial surmount, vere eglomis panel above plain turned brass capped columns, shaped top long door flanked by plain quarter columns, the plain base with canted corners, raised on turned feet. With weights, pendulum and winder. 220cm (86 12 inches) high
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