Scottish Oak Longcase Clock

REF: 170974


An 18th Century oak cased longcase clock from Edinburgh. It has an arch top hood with a dental molding and substantial gilt brass Corinthian capital columns. The trunk has a break arch long door and a shaped plinth base. The heavy brass dial has a silvered chapter ring, a date window, and an engraved and silvered name plaque within the arch signed Sam Brown, Edinburgh (listed as a clockmaker 1750-1787.) The 8 day movement strikes the hours on a bell, and has a nice decorated pendulum bob.Inside the door is a period label saying Samual Brown, opposite the guard, north side of the street Edinburgh 1750-87

  • Height 202 cm / 79 "
  • Width 55 cm / 21 "
  • Depth 25 cm / 10"


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  • Year c 1770
  • Country Scotland
  • Condition The case has been re-polished, the dial restored and the movement has been serviced in our own workshops and is guaranteed for 12 months. Delivery and set up available. If you would like a video clip f this clock striking and ticking please email us.