Mahogany longcase clock with broken pediment to hood; arched door flanked by triple column uprights; quartered veneering to plinth. Applied mouldings, crossbanding and stringing. Enamel dial with painted spandrels and lunette of Britannia. Two-train, four pillar movement with anchor escapement and rack quarter-striking, using one deep cut snail and two bells. Wooden rod pendulum.
Marks and inscriptions
The original proprietor of the clock was Oliver Dixon, Engraver. (engraved on front plate)
Makers and roles
Edward Massey Oliver Dixon