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Item:382278754427Antique Oak & Mahogany Longcase Clock by Jno Stanyer, Nantwich At Cheshire Grandfather Clocks we hold one of the largest selections of Antique longcase clocks in the UK. PLEASE VIEW OUR EBAY SHOP FOR THE OTHER CLOCKS & ANTIQUES WE HAVE LISTED ALL OUR CONTACT INFORMATION IS LISTED UNDER 'BUSINESS SELLER INFORMATION' DESCRIPTION: This is fabulous oak and mahogany cross banded longcase clock. It has an eight-day movement on a brass square dial. The clock is in perfect working order having recently been professionally cleaned and serviced. This clock is absolutely perfect for anyone looking for a clock to place straight into their home. If we start with the hood, this has a flat top finished with a lovely 'caddy' detailing. Below this is an painted glass panel. Lovely delicate reeded columns flank the hood door which terminate in brass capitals. There are nice simple back splats. The hood door has been nicely cross banded. If we then move down to the trunk this has beautifully shaped full-length door, which has been nicely cross banded in mahogany. The trunk door is then flanked by quarter reeded columns which terminate in brass capitals. The door also has a wonderful brass escutcheon. The base has canted corners and a lovely shaped applied panel which is cross banded in mahogany. The base is raised on ogee bracket feet. The eight-day movement with makers name of 'Jno Stanyer, Nantwich', striking the hour has a square brass face. It also has a subsidiary second dial and date aperture. The four corners are adorned with beautiful spandrels whilst the centre incorporates beautiful engraved swags. The seat boat is attached to the cheeks of the case and this has never been off since the clock was made. There are two one 'Jno Stanyer, Nantwich' listed in ‘ listed in ‘Clockmakers of Cheshire by Keith Appleby' who were father and son, this clock will be by the father: 'STANYER John. Nantwich. 1795 Clockmaker. Looked after Wrenbury Church Clock in 1779 - 91. Has son who was a freeman of Chester. Worked in Nantwich 1782'. DIMENSIONS: The approximate dimensions are: - 83 inches high to top of clock - 22.25 inches across the widest part of the hood - 15.5 inches across the trunk - 20.5 inches across the widest part of the base. As can be seen from these dimension this is a clock of lovely slim proportions. CONDITION: The clock is in wonderful condition. The movement is stunningly clean and is in perfect working order having recently been professionally cleaned and serviced. This wonderful longcase clock would make a super addition to any home, so happy bidding. Payment: Please ensure that we receive payment within 2 days of the close of auction. Payment methods listed. For collection in person, cash on collection. Please email any other questions before bidding and only bid if you are serious about buying.Collection / Delivery: Buyer to collect from Tarporley, Cheshire. There is a possibility of local delivery please contact us. If you are unable to collect you are welcome to arrange a courier. The following couriers can provide a quote:· Chris Hodge of GEAR SHIFTERS on 07979 603390.· Mark Woodrow on 07525 761169.· Russell Wisdom on 07584 190581. Please note all courier costs to be paid directly by buyer, we have no affiliation to these couriers, they are independent. Unless prior arrangements have been made all items to be collected within 14 days.Items still uncollected after 28 days will be charged storage at a rate of £5 per day. ALL OUR CONTACT INFORMATION IS LISTED UNDER 'BUSINESS SELLER INFORMATION'Condition:Please see photographs and description. The clock is in wonderful condition. The movement is stunningly clean and is in perfect working order having recently been professionally cleaned and serviced., Type:Longcase/ Grandfather Clock, Features:8-Day, Age:Antique, Pre-1900, Sub-Type:Grandfather, Style/ Origin/ Theme:Georgian, Material:Oak & Mahogany, Condition:Used, Clock Type:Longcase/ Grandfather Clock
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Antique Brass 8 Day Oak & Mahogany Longcase Grandfather Clock STANYER NANTWICH