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A Fine Marquetry Longcase Clock by Samuel Barrow of London

Early 18th century marquetry inlaid 8-day longcase clock by Samuel Barrow of London. A good quality early 11” square brass dial, 5 knopped pillar ‘8-day’ count wheel strike movement, typical London marquetry/walnut veneered case showing early features, of excellent colour and patination. The dial with finely matted centre, seconds and calendar with the makers name to chapter ring.

A highly attractive and outstanding clock from the golden age of clock making.

Samuel Barrow was apprenticed to John Barrow, who was later Master of the Clockmakers’ Company in 1714.

Serviced and guaranteed for 3 years.
Height: 78″ or 198.5cm
CIRCA. 1700


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2. Fully Serviced & Guaranteed

Once you have selected the clock you wish to purchase, you can secure it by placing a 20% deposit. The clock will then be taken to our workshop, where a specialist clockmaker will conduct a comprehensive restoration. The clock will then undergo rigorous testing for a minimum of 4 weeks. The work carried out on your clock will be guaranteed for 3 years, providing you with further peace of mind.

3. Delivery

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