Finally the base has been cross banded in mahogany and has a nice applied moulding to the centre (bottom section of moulding is lacking). The base is raised on shaped bracket feet.The dial with makers name of. , this name is faded but can still be read. Has the four corners adorned with lovely flowers and patterns. The dial also has fretted fingers.
RIDER' in'Wales Clocks and Clockmakers by William Linnard' :'RIDER, William. Clock and Watchmaker late 18th century. Several longcase clock inscribed'W. Rider Welchpool' or'Pool' known.
The movement is 30 hour striking on a single bell. The approximate MAXIMUM dimensions are. Inches / 199 cm high to top of clock. Inches / 49.5 cm wide across hood. 13 inches / 33 cm wide across trunk.Inches / 43.5 cm wide across base. CONDITION: The case is in nice condition odd knocks and marks commensurate with age and the. Applied moulding to the base, the bottom section of.
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