Comittee- The Chatsworth in Walnut
A Georgian style break-arch grandfather clock with triple chime movement.A design typical of the work of the London maker William Webster, circa 1710.
The cabinet of the Chatsworth is decorated with book-matched burr veneers and inlaid with satinwood banding.The case features fluted quarter columns
to the trunk and “Corinthian” pillars to the hood.
The hood is removable to allow for movement adjustment.The cabinet is bleached, hand rubbed and waxed to achieve an “antique” patina.
· Triple chime 8-day cable movement with silencer
· Automatic night silencer, chime sequence and beat correction
· Plays Westminster, Whittington and St. Michael melodies on rods
· Choice of solid brass and hand painted dials
· Bevelled glasses and lacquered solid brass furniture
· Adjustable feet, door locks and detachable hood for access to the movement
· Certificate of Authenticity
|Dimensions||12 x 18 x 80 in|