A Highly Attractive Walnut Stick Barometer
This elegant walnut barometer is rather similar to the work of quite a famous maker called John Patrick who plied his trade C.1700. Although not signed it is thought to be of similar age, a very good early 18th century walnut barometer, walnut veneers applied to the oak carcase with an open cistern cover, hood pillars and curved pediment.
1. Visit the Showroom
We invite you to make an appointment to visit our large Dorset showroom. Here you can view our unrivalled selection of fine antique clocks in person. If your location or circumstances make this difficult, then we are happy to supply high quality photographs & videos, and to answer any questions you may have.
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.
After the clock has undergone a full restoration and the testing period has been successfully completed, we will contact you to arrange a suitable date for delivery. At this point the final balance will be due. The delivery process will be coordinated with you to ensure a convenient and secure transportation of the clock to your location.