An early 19th century oak cased painted dials striking 8 day longcase clock by Sam Goslage, Liverpool.
The square dial has conch shell painted spandrels around the black Roman numerals, a gilt seconds hand, working date wheel showing behind an arched aperture and a superb pair of finely chased hands. The oak case has a mahogany hood door with brass knob, a pair of turned pillars with brass capitals and bases, supporting an arched top with brass roundels over a painted blue and gold Father Time scene, typical of the Liverpool area. The trunk has quarter turned brass capped pilasters similar to the hood either side a wavy top hood door with brass escutcheon and working lock and key. The canted sided square base stands on a shaped bracket plinth.
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Dimensions: Height: 7'1" Width: 1'8"