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This Longcase Oak's Maker - M. ( Moses ) Abraham of Frome is recorded( speculatively ) "Perhaps early 19C," - though this example, we know, is somewhat earlier.

This Longcase Oak's Movement - Good quality, 8 day, 4 pillar movement with hourly ( rack ) striking. - Price: £6,850

ANTIQUE Longcase Oak CLOCK - LCOAK 315

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Title LCOAK 315
Case Small, neat, well proportioned, long door, oak case with breakarch top, side windows to hood, "flying" plain brass capped hood columns, matching hood rear quarter columns, breakarch top to trunk door and simple strip plinth to base.
Dial 12" breakarch early "Osborne" painted dial with moonphases to arch, Arabic "minutes numbered" to outer edge of Roman chapters, subsidiary seconds dial and ( early form ) raised gilt gesso spandrels. Delicately painted dog roses to dial centre.Signed M.Abraham Frome below "sad mouth" date aperture.Blued, cut steel, lozenge hands. N.B. The dial maker, Thomas Hadley Osborne, was born 1753 in Sutton Coldfield, went into partnership with James Wilson 1772/79 then alone in 1779 at Great Charles Street where he died ( 1779 ), the business then being run by his widow, Ann and son, James at 9, Whittal Street1780/1808.Hence - combined with other factors, the date attribution.
Movement Good quality, 8 day, 4 pillar movement with hourly ( rack ) striking.
Maker M. ( Moses ) Abraham of Frome is recorded( speculatively ) "Perhaps early 19C," - though this example, we know, is somewhat earlier.
Date Circa 1779.
Height 81.5" ( 207 cms. )
Price £6,850 - SOLD

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