An early 19th century inlaid oak-cased 30-hour longcase cloc...

by Fellows Auctioneers


£200 - £300

An early 19th century inlaid oak-cased 30-hour longcase clock, Woodley & Walker, Kineton (Warwickshire), circa 1820. The 12-inch white-painted square Roman dial inscribed 'WOODLEY & WALKER Kineton', over calendar aperture within floral spandrels, with countwheel-striking movement, the case with swan-neck scroll pediment over turned columns, the crossbanded and lozenge-inlaid short trunk door between reeded pilasters on crossbanded base and bracket feet, 79, (201cm) high.
Some enamel crazing to dial, slight losses to blacking of numerals. Movement looks sound but may need a clean.Case has minor cracking to hood door; joint crack and minor crossbanding loss to base.Sold with key and pemdulum - latter a/f.

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