A small and attractive mahogany longcase clock, English, late 18th Century, movement and case associated 9¾-inch silvered dial signed Recordon & Emery, Charing Cross, London, subsidiary seconds and date dials, the rack and bell striking movement with anchor escapement and small barrels, the associated case with swan neck cresting to the drum hood, scale side frets, tear-drop trunk with shaped door

A small and attractive mahogany longcase clock, English, late 18th Century, movement and case associated 9¾-inch silvered dial signed Recordon & Emery, Charing Cross, London, subsidiary seconds and date dials, the rack and bell striking movement with anchor escapement and small barrels, the associated case with swan neck cresting to the drum hood, scale side frets, tear-drop trunk with shaped door

Quelle heure est-il ?

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Antique Provincial Long Case Clock | Antique Grandfather Clocks | Inessa Stewart's Antiques

Antique Provincial Long Case Clock | Antique Grandfather Clocks | Inessa Stewart's Antiques

Egyptian Consulate Mantel Clock by Lepine Case Attributed to Boizot

Egyptian Consulate Mantel Clock by Lepine Case Attributed to Boizot

Drumhead Scottish Longcase Clock by Bryson (c. 1825 Scotland)

Drumhead Scottish Longcase Clock by Bryson (c. 1825 Scotland)

Scottish Longcase Clock by Reid, Glasgow, circa 1820

Scottish Longcase Clock by Reid, Glasgow, circa 1820

Aiguière couverte en argent et vermeil par Hans Frühinsfeld, Nuremberg, vers 1650 - Sotheby's

Aiguière couverte en argent et vermeil par Hans Frühinsfeld, Nuremberg, vers 1650 - Sotheby's

19th Century Scottish Tall Case Clock | From a unique collection of antique and modern clocks at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/clocks/

19th Century Scottish Tall Case Clock | From a unique collection of antique and modern clocks at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/clocks/

John Cole tall case clock Montgomery County, Virginia, circa 1810. Case made by Peter Rife and the works by David Whipple.

John Cole tall case clock Montgomery County, Virginia, circa 1810. Case made by Peter Rife and the works by David Whipple.

Early 19th century American tall case clock, walnut case with poplar secondary wood, dovetailed bonnet top with broken arch pediment and two classical finials at each front corner, over an arched painted dial with steel hands and two winding holes, floral design in tympanum, behind a glass door flanked by full round turned columns at each corner. Four delicate plain turned and tapered feet. Oral history being from Ohio with works imported from Germany. Case probably Ohio or Kentucky.

Early 19th century American tall case clock, walnut case with poplar secondary wood, dovetailed bonnet top with broken arch pediment and two classical finials at each front corner, over an arched painted dial with steel hands and two winding holes, floral design in tympanum, behind a glass door flanked by full round turned columns at each corner. Four delicate plain turned and tapered feet. Oral history being from Ohio with works imported from Germany. Case probably Ohio or Kentucky.

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