Chippendale Mahogany Longcase Clock


Circa 1770

A Chippendale period mahogany longcase clock

Price: £9,750-00p.

Height: 91.25”,  232 cm, Width: 21″, Depth: 10.5″, 26.7 cms.

No: 10973 

A Chippendale period mahogany longcase clock by Jonathan Blake Fulham, the pagoda shaped top flanked by brass ball and spire finials and a central sound fret, the arched top door flanked with fluted columns and brass stop fluting all above a long arched top well figured trunk door, the well figured base raised on shaped bracket feet united by a conforming apron, The two train, hour  striking, 8-day movement with strike/silent to the arch, a subsidiary seconds dial, a calendar aperture above the VI, matted dial centre, an engraved crescent plaque with the makers name “Jon:n Blake Fulham” and ormolu Rococo dolphin spandrels.

Circa 1770

Price: £9,750-00p.

Lit: G H Baillie “Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World” lists Blake, Jonathan, Fulham as working from 1758 to 1808.

F J Britten “Old Clocks & Watches and their makers” lists Blake, Jonathan, Fulham recorded as making a watch in 1784. See page 614, fig 836 for this model of clock.

Both these entries support the date of the clock to Circa 1765-1770

Height: 91.25”,  232 cm Width: 21″, 53.5 cms, Depth:10.5″, 26.7 cms

Delivery in the UK mainland is included in the marked price.

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