Excellent Antique Oak Longcase Clock with Rocking Father Time Automata c.1780 Reduced to 1/3rd the price listed by P.A.Oxley!
£1,995.00 or Best Offer Unsold
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Item:183415814827An Excellent Oak Loncase Clock by Richard Wright of Witham c.1780 : Fully restored condition with Rocking Father Time Automata. I am a collector who is downsizing and selling a number of clocks, rocking horses and pictures. This is a great example of an honest Home Counties longcase, from a well known family of clockmakers, with a very attractive dial and particularly interesting automata feature, which is highly desirable on these clocks. Full details as follows:Purchased from P.A.Oxley, one of the leading antique clock dealers in the UK. They only sell the best. This clock was fully restored and listed by them at £6,750 (see picture) when I purchased it in 2006. The mechanism was fully restored meaning it is good for the next 50 years or more! It has also had an oil service this week. Very attractive silvered brass dial, showing seconds and the date with engraved scrolls.Rocking Father Time against a starry sky in an arch is a very attractive and unusual feature.The oak case has a long trunk door complete with key, plain base with double plinth.Attractive hood with brass capped pillars, blind sound frets and flat top, and locking lever to the trunk.Dimensions: Height 81", Max Width 18", Depth 10", Dial 12" Wide x 1^" to top of the arch. Overall, this is a genuine and interesting clock. Listed at less than 1/3 rd the price it was listed at P.A.Oxley!You are welcome to see it working at TN11 9AQ. It is for collection only, or I could deliver and set up locally at cost. It is a strong running clock and keeps excellent time.I would prefer a bank transfer or cash on collection.Condition:This clock was purchased from one of the UK's leading antique clock retailers, PA Oxley. It was purchased in 2006 in fully restored condition.
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Excellent Antique Oak Longcase Clock with Rocking Father Time Automata c.1780