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A George I walnut longcase clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George I walnut longcase clock, the striking movement of month duration by D. Quare and S. Horseman, London, no. 195, with giltmetal dial, silvered chapter ring and month dial above, the spandrels chased with female heads, dolphins and scrolling foliage, in plain walnut case with domed hood and two brass baluster finials, the rectangular trunk door with Quares original Equation table and later inscribed with a W, 104in. high (GJ 52)

ID:  48242

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