An 18th century oak longcase clock with reeded quarter columns to the trunk and a break-arched pediment to the hood with dentile cornice below.
The 8 day movement has a brass dial with moonphase which unusually depicts a volcanic eruption and a sailing ship.
The dial is signed and numbered (No. 232) by Geo. Goodall Abberford.
Goodall was one of the very few makers to use a numberuing system on his clocks.
This clock was made circa 1770 and stands at 7’ 2” in height.
Price Band £5,001 - £10,000