George Ii Lantern Alarm Clock Housed In A Perfectly Proportioned Oak Case

George Ii Lantern Alarm Clock Housed In A Perfectly Proportioned Oak Case

George Ii Lantern Alarm Clock Housed In A Perfectly Proportioned Oak Case

£26,000.00
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£780
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£12.00*
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Faringdon, United Kingdom
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Less than one week
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About this item

It is most likely that this charming ‘hook and spike’ lantern alarm, circa 1750, was originally commissioned or simply purchased to have its very own case tailor-made. The case has its original seat board with concave recesses in witch to place the lantern clocks original bun feet. It is beyond reasonable doubt to assert that the case and lantern are original to one and all.

Provenance: Private collection

Literature: Tom Robinson - 'The Longcase Clock' page 434, fig 12/18.

Dimensions

W28.58 x H213.36 x D19.05 cm

Condition

Used

Wear condition

Good

Brand/manufacturer

John Dixon

Date of manufacture

1700s

Place of origin

United Kingdom

Period

18th Century and Earlier

Seller

VAT status

Seller is VAT registered

SKU

73818203
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