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|A William IV mahogany three train musical longcase.
Height 82". 12" circular convex painted dial inscribed Pryor, London. A
substantial three train eight day movement chiming the quarters on a
carillon of six bells, striking the hours on a larger bell. Three
weights and a pendulum. Circa 1830.
|An Art Nouveau spelter classical figure "Iris". Circa
1900 by Francesco Flora. Height 27".
|A high quality Art Nouveau brass standard lamp. Circa
1900. Raises from 60" to 72". Rewired.
|An early 19th century pine
automata longcase clock with
an eight day two train movement with an hourly bell strike, driven by
two weights and regulated by a pendulum. The painted arch dial is
inscribed B. Michael, St. Austel. Secondary dial, date aperture and to
the arch a marine scene with a rocking man o' war to the foreground.
Height 80" x max width 16" x max depth 9".
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