James Peddie Quarter-chiming Marquetry Longcase Clock, Stirling, Scotland, last quarter 19th century, mahogany case with swan's neck hood, freestanding columns flanking the composite brass dial with Chime/Silent and Chime on 8 bells/Chime on 4 bells subsidiary dials in the arch, silvered roman numeral chapter ring, matted center and seconds bit, fully marquetry decorated waist door flanked by reeded columns, chamfered edged base with marquetry design in center panel, all on flared French-style feet, eight-day, brass, three-train, weight-powered, quarter-chiming on eight bells movement, powered by three lead weights and regulated by a brass-cased pendulum bob, ht. 94 in.
marquetry and inlay in very nice condition, repairs and losses to swan's neck
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