A typical early 1800's Shropshire 30 hour, striking, cottage longcase clock with square painted dial in an oak and mahogany case bearing the name Humphrey-Jones, Oswestry (1801-1848).
The 12" square dial has conch shell and flower spandrels, black Arabic numbers around a central image of a bird, over a date aperture which reveals a working date wheel and a pair of blue steeled hands. The oak and mahogany cross-banded hood has a swan neck with turned mahogany roundels, over turned and fluted pillars with brass capitals and bases, over a wavy top trunk door with original brass decorative escutcheon, working lock and key. The trunk has turned and fluted quarter round pillasters over an oak base with mahogany cross-banding on shaped bracket feet.
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Dimensions: Height: 6'9" Width: 1'7"