A fine long case clock by Francis Perigal of London, with Five pillar eight day striking movement with strike / silent mechanism and Brass encased weights. The case with well figured mahogany veneers and satinwood inlays and brass strung quarter columns to the trunk. The Pagoda top has original pierced brass cartouche. In very good working condition and lovely colour to the case. 2420mm high, 540mm wide and 260mm deep. English. Circa 1770. Francis Perigal (2nd), was apprenticed to his father (also Francis) on 16 January 1748 and freed 5 April 1756. He was Master in 1775 and was based at 9, Threadneedle St., Royal Exchange.

A Fine Long Case Clock By Francis Perigal

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