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This Longcase Oak's Maker - David Collier of Gatley ( Gatley Green ) now subsumed by Greater Manchester.Recorded born about 1721/1722, apprenticed to John Shepley of Stockport in 1736, worked in Gatley Green from about 1750 - 1762, died in Eccles 1792.Very similar example in Staircase House Museum, Stockport ( also supplied by me ) see LCOAK 241 in Archive section 2003 - 2006. Another good example by him, again circa 1760, LCOAK 259 in Archive section 2007 +. I very much like his work which is always of high quality.

This Longcase Oak's Movement - Well executed 4 pillar, 8 day, movement with hourly ( rack ) striking. - Price: £8,950

ANTIQUE Longcase Oak CLOCK - LCOAK 294

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Title LCOAK 294
Case Typical Manchester area mid 18C high quality, long door, quarter sawn, oak case with well defined contrasting medullary rays, mahogany hood columns, mahogany trunk quarter columns, crossbanding and other mahogany details.Typical canted corners to base ( also with mahogany details ).The shallow caddy top with decorative red 'silk'; backed fretwork.All set on shallow bracket feet.
Dial 12" square brass dial with penny moon to engraved and silvered dial centre, typical large cherubs head cast brass spandrels, large date lunette and blued cut steel hands.Engraved Dav.d Collier Gatley to dial centre.
Movement Well executed 4 pillar, 8 day, movement with hourly ( rack ) striking.
Maker David Collier of Gatley ( Gatley Green ) now subsumed by Greater Manchester.Recorded born about 1721/1722, apprenticed to John Shepley of Stockport in 1736, worked in Gatley Green from about 1750 - 1762, died in Eccles 1792.Very similar example in Staircase House Museum, Stockport ( also supplied by me ) see LCOAK 241 in Archive section 2003 - 2006. Another good example by him, again circa 1760, LCOAK 259 in Archive section 2007 +. I very much like his work which is always of high quality.
Date Circa 1760.
Height 84" ( 213.5 cms. ).
Price £8,950

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