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In the case of this object this can be done by:

Writing to Miranda Watson at The Estate Office, Eridge Park, Eridge, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Tn3 9jt

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The Eridge Tompion Clock. Longcase Clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1705)

Description: 

The Eridge Tompion Clock. Longcase Clock, No 412, 9ft. 5in., housed in an exceptional mulberry wood case, Queen Anne period circa 1705.

ID:  107362

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Kent

This can be seen by guided tour as part of the Heritage Open Days scheme operated by English Heritage in England taking place in September each year. There will be four conducted tours of the room(s) and stables at Eridge Park over two days. Each tour may be restricted to twelve people. As numbers may be limited, advance booking is recommended. For further details of participation and opening times see the attached link. At all other times access by appointment can be arranged by contacting the contact.