Edward Harriman Workington
Fine walnut longcase clock, the eight day movement striking the hours on a bell. The twelve inch arch brass dial with wheatear engraved border, silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals and half hour markers signed E, Harriman Workington.
Silvered seconds dial, calendar aperture and matted dial centre with ringed winding holes. Indian mask head spandrels. Rare and fine cast brass arch with twin cherubs blowing trumpets and supporting a crown. The walnut case with break arch top, turned pillars and capitals to the hood, shaped top to the trunk door, the base with bracket feet.
- Height 6' 11"
- Date circa 1740
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