If we start with the hood this has a lovely rare architectural shaped top which gives it an impressive stance in any room. The trunk of the case has a lovely shaped full length door which is shaped with a spike to the top along with a pretty shaped brass escutcheon and lovely decorative brass hinges.
Lovely oak and mahogany longcase/ grandfather clock. The dial features houses to the corners and middle and is signed ‘Thos Whiston Newport’ to show that it was made by Thomas Whiston of Newport. The dial is flaked by two lovely turned pillars.
Lovely oak and mahogany longcase/ grandfather clock. The dial features flowers and middle and is signed ‘Parr Liverpool to show that it was made by Parr Liverpool The dial is flaked by two lovely turned pillars.
Lovely Oak and mahogany long case/grandfather clock. If we start with the hood this has lovely swan necks. The trunk of the case has a lovely shaped full length door which is cross banded in mahogany around the edge and had a pretty shaped brass escutcheon.
This a stunning 18th century clock
Made by William Rogers
It has a 30 hour chime
All in lovely condition and fully working
Time keeping is perfect
Key for door and fully operational
Chain pulley system for winding
Case around face is removable
All mechanical parts in working order
Face can be removed for transport
Collection only due to the age of the clock
If you have any questions please contact me
Peter Green of Liverpool was born in 1706, the son of Peter Green, and was working there about the 1744 period. He was apprenticed to Joshua Brown, master clockmaker in Liverpool on 8th January 1719 for 7 years and the fee of £13-10-0.
0 bidsEnding Today at 5:10PM GMT6hCollection in personMaterial: MahoganyFeatures: 30-HourAge: Antique, Pre-1900