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A most desirable early 18th Century striking oak cased brass arched dial longcase clock, of 8 day duration by Ralph Sherrat of Wem, who was apprenticed in London before working locally in the early 1700's.
The 11" wide dial has a matted centre ringed winding holes, wheatear engraving, seconds hand, working date wheel showing through the chamfered aperture, cast corner spandrels and a sunburst design in the arch. It has an architectural hood with turned pillars and central gilded wooden finial. The slim oak case with its chamfered moulded trunk edges, has a trunk door with brass escutcheon and working lock and key, a plain base with moulded plinth.
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Dimensions: Height: 6'11" Width: 1'6"
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