18th C 8-day longcase clock by N Sanders of Manchester in original oak case
Oak case with mahogany trims
Original Caddy top
'Verre eglomise' panel
(not as blue as it appears...)
Pretty silvered dial
Very Original throughout
Will consider offers
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|Description of the item|
This is a very genuine and quite early longcase clock which shows many features very typical of the period and region. It is of very good quality and is in very original condition. (Guaranteed not a marriage). Complete with its original 'caddy' top, we restored the clock from an untouched condition and it will be supplied with a full photograph record.
The blue glass panel in the hood is not as blue as it appears! The lighting has caused it to appear much brighter than it actually is. Pls ask for photos).
|Information about the maker|
Born 1745 and apprenticed to Nathanial Brown in 1759 for 6 years, he was 'By the Exchange' in 1772 then later at Market Place, Market St Lane, Portland St then finally Parker St. Died in 1828 and buried at Bowden Church.
|Dimensions & Specification|
85 1/2" tall. 23 1/2" max width. 13" dial.
8-day movement (wind once a week), striking the hours on a bell.
Fully prepared for sale in excellent order. We have a photographic record to show the condition prior to restoration, but basically only the 'verre eglomise' (panel to the hood) and the feet have been replaced. The eglomise panel was painted perfectly by Robert Loomes' staff to an original pattern (details available). The silvering on the dial is a little discoloured and can be redone if desired. Excellent patination to the case, which was brought back to life with hand waxing (not repolished).
|Cost of Restoration|
|What to do next|
If you'd like to buy this clock, or would like some more information or reassurance, please contact us about this item.
If you live near in the North West of England, we may be able to arrange viewing.
National delivery & set-up is available.