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Lot 955

Tuesday 29 Nov, 2016 - 10.00am

An early 19th Century oak and mahogany banded longcase clock by John Cotterill of Wirksworth (Derbyshire), the 13ins arched painted dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the arch painted with figure of a young lady leaning on an anchor looking out to sea with sailing ship to background and with floral spandrels, to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in oak case banded in mahogany and rosewood, the hood with moulded scroll pediments and slender turned pillars to hood, the shaped trunk door inlaid with lozenge panel to centre and flanked by fluted quarter columns, the base with raised astragal panel and on ogee bracket feet, 92ins high
Note: John Cotterill recorded working in Wirksworth, 1828-1849

Estimate £400 - 600 Sold for £380

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป