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A walnut longcase clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown




A walnut longcase clock, circa 1720, the 16-inch dial with calendar aperture, plumed head and leaf sprandrels and a silvered sun mask in the arch, the bell striking movement with inside countwheel in a flat-top case with brass ball finials above fluted hood columns and panels of fretwork, the crossbanded trunk with a shaped door and a similarly veneered plinth, the sides crossbanded, 309cm. (10ft. 1 1/2ins.) high.

ID:  100573


North Wales

Chattels on show when Chirk Castle, a National Trust property, is open to the public. For details of opening times please refer to the website address shown. A collection of fine furniture, ceramics, tapestries, paintings, portraits and works of art built up over centuries of ownership by one family.