London, South Kensington
17 July 2002
A George III oak longcase clock, circa 1775
The pagoda top hood with brass ball and spire finials, glazed side panels and outset brass-capped fluted columns, the breakarch trunk door with moulded frame, the plain plinth raised on moulded bracket feet, the 12in. brass dial with female mask and foliate spandrels to a silvered Roman and Arabic chapter ring, matted centre with subsidiary silvered seconds ring and date aperture, signed on a reserve Peter Kay LONDON, with silvered strike/silent ring in the arch, the five pillar movement with anchor escapement and rack strike on later gong to the backboard -- 91in. (231cm.) high
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