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George II lacquered longcase clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

George II lacquered longcase clock, the arched brass dial with matted centre, calendar and second hand sweep within the silvered chapter ring, pierced brass spandrels centred by female masks and moon phase aperture in the arch, eight-day striking movement, signed Joseph Kirk, Skigby, the arched hood with caddy top and vase finials painted with flowers and chinoiserie landscapes, 8ft 2in. high (Joseph Kirk worked circa 1740 and later at Nottingham).

ID:  14181

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Nottinghamshire

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