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EDWARD HAYWARD, ASHFORD CIRCA 1850


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A well proportioned Kent Longcase clock. A good quality mahogany case with figuring to the trunk door and base. A decorative pediment surmounted by 3 original gilded wooden finials. Brass capped fluted hood columns. An attractive square painted dial with gilt corners and flowers. Seconds dial and date. A 30 hour mechanism striking the hours on a bell.

Edward Hayward of Ashford in Kent is recorded in Loomes' 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working from 1847-1874.

Height 7ft 1 " / 216 cms

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THOMAS MORGAN, BRISTOL Circa 1830


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A well proportioned Bristol moon phase longcase clock. A mahogany case with a swan-neck hood pediment and central brass finial. Brass capped fluted hood columns. Chamfered trunk sides and boxwood case inlays. The original bracket feet and distinctive Bristol area 'wavy hood door edge'. An attractive painted dial with lunar moon phases to the arch and a sailing frigate. The original gold leaf to the shell corners with date and seconds. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the hours on a bell. Circa 1830.

Thomas Morgan of Bristol worked at Broad Weir, Bridewell Lane and High Street from 1781 to 1838. He is well documented in A J Moores' 'The Clockmakers of Bristol' book.

Height 7ft 3 "/ 221 cms

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DANIEL SEDDON , FRODSHAM (CHESHIRE). CIRCA 1760


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A quality Cheshire Georgian longcase clock of smaller proportions. An oak case with chequered banded inlays and marquetry panels. Fluted hood and trunk side columns with canted base sides. A brass dial with silvered chapter ring, date and seconds. Blued steel hands and four seasons corner spandrels which is distinctive to this maker. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the hours on a bell with ringed pillars and more unusual layout.

The Seddon family of clockmakers are well regarded. Daniel Seddon of Frodsham worked 1754-1785.

Height 6ft 6 " / 198 cms

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JOHN ALLIS , BRISTOL Circa. 1850


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A fine quality Bristol regulator longcase clock. Choice flame mahogany case veneers with crossbanded base and trunk door. An arched pediment with well carved fretwork panel below the dial. A circular painted dial with 'regulator' dial layout of seconds, hour dial and single minute hand. A cylindrical compensating pendulum and brass weight. A well made mechanism of 8-day duration, dead-beat escapement and maintaining power.

J H Allis of Bristol is documented in A J Moores' Clockmakers of Bristol' book

as born in 1817 and worked until 1876. He made precision clocks and exhibited at the Great Exhibition in 1851.

In 1851 he is noted as a chronometer maker.

Height 6ft 3 " / 192cms.

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NATHANIEL HEDGE, COLCHESTER Circa 1820


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A Georgian mahogany longcase clock. An arched pediment with wavy edging surmounted by 3 brass finials. Brass capped fluted hood columns and an arched trunk door. An arched painted dial with floral corners and a country see saw scene to the arch. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the hours on a bell.

The Hedge family of Colchester are noted clockmakers who worked in the 18th and 19th century. This example dates to circa 1820.

Height 7ft 2 " / 217 cms

£ 1500 (US$ 1996) (Euro 1697)

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