Circa 1900, oak and brass faced Grandmother clock. There is a rocking section in the centre which someone has put a 1938 brass thrupenny bit in it, likely an original piece to help date it. The face has an inscription to a raised arched, cast brass spandrels, steel hands, 2 winding holes and Roman numerals. The flat top hood has a raised section, a glazed door and 2 full columns with brass clasps to the top and bottom. The oak body has a long door with arch to the top, a knotted section in the centre and 2 brass hinges. The sides of the door are polished. The base has a fielded panel, all standing on squat ogee bracket feet.
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Georgian Antiques was founded in 1978 by John Dixon's brother Padriac in a small shop at Jocks Lodge, Meadowbank in Edinburgh, with John joining the business after finishing college in 1981. The business grew so rapidly, they couldn't keep up with their inventory needs. Their goal has been to create a one-stop-shop where designers can complete an entire project from lighting to furniture to accessories. Scotland's largest antiques warehouse is located in a converted whiskey bond in historic Leith Edinburgh. With 50,000sq ft over five floors we offer a wide range of quality Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian furniture, as well as continental and small decorative items. Our stock is constantly changing.
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