Seller: jamwoirs (661) 100%, Location: Bishop's Stortford, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 122554269504 Age: Antique, Pre-1900, Type: Longcase/ Grandfather Clock, Style/ Origin/ Theme: Georgian, Material: Mahogany, Features: 8-Day, Details: A very nice quality and excellent condition mahogany cased longcase clock by James Wittit, London, mid 18th century James Wittit is listed as at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, c.1750 - bankrupt 1763 Unusual finely carved ribbon decoration, bow quiver & arrows, to trunk door and base. The 8 day movement is a fine quality 5 pillar example with strike/silent. It is in fully overhauled condition. Movement, dial, and case all contemporary. It has a very desirable brass dial in excellent condition, having a matted centre, fine mask and foliage spandrels, plus dolphin spandrels either side of the strike silent lever in the arch. The hands are perfect and nicely blued. The case is in excellent original condition with maintenance repairs carried out by a BAFRA accredited restorer. All joints and parts are sound, the hood fits well, the locks work and all is as it should be. The polish is in fine condition with a great patina. The hood has turned columns with gilt wooden bases and capitals, and blind fretted side panels. Overall this is a very handsome, nicely proportioned clock with nothing to detract from its desirability. Dimensions: height 229cm widest point 53cm depth 26cm Please ask regarding delivery and set up. The movement is offered with a year guarantee in terms of its present overhauled state. I offer this with a 14 day return but it must be returned within the 14 days and any initial delivery and set up costs must be paid. It must be completely undamaged to receive a refund. Any questions regarding this clock: please message me or call 07443943699. This is offered for sale elsewhere. I have other longcase clocks listed for sale, another typical C18th London and a musical clock.