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A George II scarlet and gilt-japanned bracket clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A George II scarlet and gilt-japanned bracket clock, the later striking movement by Stephen Rimbault, London, with silvered-metal chapter ring to the arched dial, enclosed in shaped case with lacquer trellis-and-rosette and with elaborate giltmetal plaques chased with chinoiserie figures with scroll and foliage borders, movement altered, 16in. high.

ID:  74212


North Wales

This may be one of a number of items selected for viewing by guided tour as part of the Heritage Open Days, because numbers for the tours are limited, entry is by pre-booked ticket only. For further details of participation and opening times see the attached link Otherwise access to the collection is available by prior appointment through the contact shown. For pre-booked tickets and further details, please refer to the contact shown. Curators of UK public collections can obtain an image of this object through the contact shown. A reasonable charge may be made for this.