Late 18th/early 19th century oak cased 8-day longcase clock, signed, the arched hood with shaped pediment and three globe and spiked giltwood finials over three quarter columns and moulded throat to a long arched trunk door and raised on a stepped plinth base to a 30 ½ cms (12ins) first period painted dial, to a gilt highlighted cartouche Davey – Norwich over further gilt highlighted and floral spandrels enclosing a Roman and Arabic chapter ring with outside minute track and with subsidiaries for seconds and date with black finished pierced steel hands to a plain false plate and movement with plates united by four knopped pillars and with anchor escapement, strike on a bell (case and movement associated), height 230cms
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