Walnut, brass, silver and glass
2490 x 500 x 255 mm
Place of origin
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Attingham Park, Shropshire (Accredited Museum)
Longcase clock by James Cox of London, circa 1748, in walnut veneered case, dome top hood, arched trunk door, on bracket feet. Break arch dial, maker's name plate, mask and scroll spandrels. Seconds dial, square calendar aperture in matted centre and silver chapter ring. Inscribed on name plate: James Cox Long Acre LONDON.
Cheeseman collection. A gift to the National Trust from Mr C H Cheeseman, 29 Arkwright Road, Sanderstead, Surrey. 1971.
Marks and inscriptions
James. Cox Long Acre LONDON (engraved on name plate)
Makers and roles