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Posted 4 years ago


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I am trying to identify this long case clock I inherited. It has been in my family for decades. It has a glass door and brass dial. I can find no marking on the wood, it appears to be mahogany with an ornamental veneer. It is running and looks to be an 8 day movement. I have searched the internet for a similar clock with a arched top with finials and a glass arched door with no luck. Can this be a 19 th century clock? My ancestors emigrated from Surrey England and may have brought this with them.


  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 4 years ago
    A seriously nice clock!
    I think he arched top is called a "lancet top" but there seem to be Gothic revival features too! It has Regency and William IV features.
    How tall is it?
  2. sidney sidney, 4 years ago
    the clock is 98 inches tall, 20 inches wide and 12 inches deep. The roof top with the movement slides off the lower 3/4 part of the clock, It appears to be mahogany base with a flame mahogany veneer. The door has a glass panel the is arched like the roof. There is a small " door" panel below the door that latches from the inside and comes out. The glass over the brass dial is beveled as is the brass surround. I looked for some names
  3. sidney sidney, 4 years ago
    I cannot find any name.
  4. sidney sidney, 4 years ago
    the clock is unmarked unless there are marking on the movement but I am fearful to look there. I would have to remove the top 1/4 of the wood case that houses the movement.

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