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A DUTCH WALNUT AND BURR-WALNUT LONGCASE CLOCK
A DUTCH WALNUT AND BURR-WALNUT LONGCASE CLOCK

ROGER DUNSTER, AMSTERDAM. SECOND QUARTER 18TH CENTURY

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A DUTCH WALNUT AND BURR-WALNUT LONGCASE CLOCK
ROGER DUNSTER, AMSTERDAM. SECOND QUARTER 18TH CENTURY
The case of typical form, trunkdoor with featherbanding, giltwood figural finials, the brass dial with engraved silvered arch depicting the four continents, silvered seasonal spandrels to the silvered chapterring, matted centre with seconds ring and sectors for month and day of week, silvered signature plaque signed R. DUNSTER AMSTERDAM, movement with anchor escapement and Dutch strike on two bells; two brass weights, pendulum, door key
285 cm. high overall

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Roger Dunster worked in partnership with Christopher Clarke from 1722 until circa 1730, from this time Dunster is recorded working under his own name. Dunster died in 1747.

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