Elegant slender longcase clock circa 1720 eight day longcase clock which strikes each hour on a bell. The case made of oak with the long narrow trunk door with locking Door and key The hood with nice turned columns finished off with gilded corbels and nice blind fretwork carving under a nice flat top.The clock standing 86inches high with a width of 17 inches at the widest part and the trunk width only 12 inches make this a very elegant looking clock. The good 8 day movement has recently had a clean and oiled and new gut lines. The case been restored to bring it back to it's former glory.
All is in good working order and ready to display in the home, and requires no further restoration. The fantastic 12 inch arch brass dial with silvered chapter ring seconds dial and engraved name lozenge in the arch with the name Richard Mood in Salop (Shropshire)with nice period hands.
The calendar doesn't turn. Complete with 2 lead weights pendulum and winding crank key. All in all a lovely period Longcase clock which would grace any home. Please study the photos as these form part of the description. You can view this clock and others by prior arrangement.