Georgian Rolling Moon Grandfather Clock

£2,950.00 (Delivery from £90.00)
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Rolling Moon Grandfather Clock

A late 18th to early 19th century oak cased rolling moon grandfather clock.

The clock has a rolling moon painted dial with an eight day movement with an hour strike and a secondary dial.

At the top of the dial is the lunar calendar rolling moon and at the lower part is a date aperture.

The rolling moon dial show two moons, a sailing ship and a forest scene.

The oak case has a long door with a shaped top and a large oval marquetry inlay of flowers in a vase in the centre.

To each side of the door the case has fluted canted corners, the base panel has a fine mahogany cross banding and the clock is raised on original tall bracket feet.

The hood has a shaped top with a cock bead edge and an oval inlay in the centre.

To each side is a brass ball finial sitting on top of oak and mahogany banded pedestals.

The hood door has a fine mahogany cross banding and fluted Corinthian pillars to each side.

The clock is in very good working condition, the dial has 'Cattle & Barber York' painted on.

Cattle and Barber were important silversmiths and jewellers in the city of York. (Circa 1800)

Height 220cm (86.6 inches)
Width 50cm (19.7 inches)
Depth 25cm (9.8 inches)