Peter Francis Antiques & Fine Art - Wednesday 20th September 2017
19TH CENTURY WELSH MAHOGANY THIRTY HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK, the face marked: Thomas Clatworthy, Ystrad,
having broken swan neck pediment with brass eagle finial above arched aperture flanked by spirally turned columns, the strung inlaid, moulded waist door flanked by canted angles on a strung outlined, panelled base and bracket feet. 18'' x 12.75'' arch painted face with Roman numerals, female figure to the arch and hunting and pastoral scenes to the spandrels, seconds dial and date aperture. 30 hour movement strikes on one bell, overall 220cm high approx. (B.P. 24% incl. VAT) Fair condition overall considering age, some wear to the face, includes weight and pendulum.