Scottish Georgian Grandfather Clock

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Scottish Georgian Grandfather Clock

A late 18th to early 19th century Georgian Scottish mahogany cased Grandfather clock.

The clock has a circular white painted dial with secondary dials for seconds and date and the maker's name 'John Cameron Blair Gowrie'.

The works are an eight day movement with an hour strike on a bell.

The clock face has very attractive engraved and pierced brass hands and secondary dial hands.

The clock has a domed top hood has three brass ball finials and a shaped moulded edge.

The circular brass bezel glazed door has line inlay decorating the corner panels below.

The mahogany case has a long door with a shaped top and cross banded with rosewood and box wood edged.

The door is made from beautifully flamed mahogany and has a working lock and key.

Above the door is a decorative satinwood veneered panel also cross banded in rosewood and mahogany edged.

Either side of the door is a mahogany quarter column with line inlay detail.

This very attractive Georgian Grandfather clock is made from very good quality timbers and in full working order. (Circa 1800)

Height 210cm (82.7 inches)
Width 49.5cm (19.5 inches)
Depth 24cm (9.4 inches)