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A George I chinoiserie ebonised gilt and polychrome japanned longcase clock

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George I chinoiserie ebonised gilt and polychrome japanned longcase clock, the striking movement by James Crocker, London, the arched brass dial with silvered chaptering and twin crowned putti foliate spandrels, the arched hood with turned columns, the trunk with a long arched door painted with the Duke of Cumberland mounted, Scottish peasants and King George II enthroned, on moulded plinth, decorated overall with single figures, lattice and floret panels and foliage - 94in. high.

ID:  74860

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Shropshire

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