Oak Brass Dial Grandfather Clock

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An 18th century George III oak long case clock by Thomas Clare of Warrington.

The clock has a brass and silverised dial with an eight day hour strike movement.

The oak case has a long door with a shaped top that is cross banded in walnut as is the glazed hood door.

The case has quarter columns on each side of the door and a raised panel to the base which is cross banded in walnut to match.

The clock stands on short ogee shaped feet with a thumb moulded edge.

The clock hood has turned pillars, a blind fret frieze and a moulded stepped cornice with three turned wood finials.

The brass and silverised dial has cast brass corner spandrels and an engraved brass centre.

The clock face has a secondary second dial, a date aperture and 'T. Clare Warrington' engraved on the silverised chapter ring.

The clock case and works are in very good condition and fully working. (Circa 1760)

Height 226cm (89 inches)
Width 57cm (22.4 inches)
Depth 28cm (11 inches)