Georgian Scottish Grandfather Clock SOLD

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Georgian Scottish Grandfather Clock

An 18th century Georgian Scottish mahogany brass dial grandfather clock.

The clock has an eight day striking movement with a brass dial that has a silverised chapter ring and a seconds dial.

The top of the dial has a silverised maker's name plaque 'Charles Farquharson Dundee' (formally from Edinburgh).

The mahogany case has a long slim door with quarter Corinthian columns at each side and stopped reeding.

The hood has a swan neck pediment with satin birch blind fret work decoration and a brass finial and patera.

The glazed door on the hood has a reeded Corinthian pillar to each side.

The clock has a wonderful 18th century Georgian mahogany case and is in good working condition.

This item has been used as a prop in the television detective drama "VERA" which is mostly filmed in Northumberland. The episode it will appear in "Blood Money" will be shown in 2020.

(Circa 1795)

Height 224cm (88.2 inches)
Width 52cm (20.5 inches)
Depth 24cm (9.4 inches)