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A GEORGE III BRASS-MOUNTED MAHOGANY STRIKING EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK

JONATHAN BLAKE, FULHAM. CIRCA 1790

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A GEORGE III BRASS-MOUNTED MAHOGANY STRIKING EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK
JONATHAN BLAKE, FULHAM. CIRCA 1790
CASE: pagoda top with brass finials and brass stop-fluted pillars, the trunk with conforming quartered columns, panelled plinth above double foot DIAL: 11¾ in. wide brass and silvered dial with strike/silent to the arch, matted centre with inset seconds disc, date square and signature cartouche signed 'Blake/LONDON', blued steel hands MOVEMENT: five ringed pillars, anchor escapement and rack strike on bell; pendulum, two brass weights, winding key, case key
100 in. (254 cm.) high; 21 in. (53 cm.) wide; 10¾ in. (27.5 cm.) deep
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Jonathan Blake is recorded working in Fulham from 1758 to 1808.

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