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Lions Eyes Automata Longcase Clock by Vurley of Wisbech

This fantastic longcase certainly is a talking point that catches most peoples attention, in the break arch of the 12” painted dial there is an amusing picture of a lion eating its prey, the deer, whist the lions eyes go back and forth.

The substantial movement is of 8 day duration with its original brass hands, striking the hours on a bell. The oak case is of good proportions and boasts its original pagoda with mahogany cross banding.

Serviced and guaranteed for 3 years.
Height: 84” or 215 cm
CIRCA. 1820
Provenance: Private collection – U.K.


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