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This Longcase Walnut's Maker - John Watts of Canterbury is recorded - "The best of the clock and watchmakers working in Canterbury during the early and middle of the 18C was undoubtedly John Watts……." It is known he was freed 16th February 1720/21. He was Mayor of Canterbury in 1744. Bracket clock by him in Canterbury museum.

This Longcase Walnut's Movement - High quality, 8 day movement with 5 knopped finned and ringed pillars ( 5th pillar latched ). Countwheel striking. - Price: £12,750

ANTIQUE Longcase Walnut CLOCK - LCWAL 116

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Title LCWAL 116
 
Case Well proportioned, long door, figured walnut case with breakarch top. Book matched veneers to trunk door and to base. Matching hood rear quarter columns.
Dial 12" breakarch brass dial with wheatear edge engraving, ringed winding holes, matted and engraved dial centre, and convex, extravagantly engraved, sunburst to arch. Blued, cut steel hands.
Movement High quality, 8 day movement with 5 knopped finned and ringed pillars ( 5th pillar latched ). Countwheel striking.
Maker John Watts of Canterbury is recorded - "The best of the clock and watchmakers working in Canterbury during the early and middle of the 18C was undoubtedly John Watts……." It is known he was freed 16th February 1720/21. He was Mayor of Canterbury in 1744. Bracket clock by him in Canterbury museum.
Date Circa 1725.
Height 84.6" ( 215 cms. )
Price £12,750

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