Rosewood Drumhead Grandfather Clock

£3,750.00 (Delivery from £90.00)
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A middle of the 19th century Scottish Victorian rosewood cased Grandfather clock.

The clock has a circular white painted dial with Roman numeral and two secondary dials, one for the seconds and the other for the date. The face has the makers name and town painted in black on the dial,   D Forbes Anstruther.

The works are an eight day movement with an hour strike on a bell, it needs to be wound up once a week.

The rosewood case has a bow fronted door with a shaped carving above and semi-circular half pillars to each side.

The base has shaped feet and a recessed central panel with a moulded bead around the edge.

The circular "Drum Head" shaped hood has a half round mould surrounding the brass bezel that holds the glazed door.

The lower part of the hood has a deep blind fret carving below a curved tapering arched moulded bead.

The hood slides forward to allow for access to the works and for dismantling the clock when moving it.

The clock is in full working order and comes with a one year provided by Robert E Taylor & Son.

(Circa 1850) 

Height 209cm (82.25 inches) 
Width 49cm (19.25 inches)
Depth 25cm (9.8 inches)