Mahogany was extensively used in the construction of longcase clock cases after about 1750. It was used in its solid form or more importantly as finely cut veneers. The use of veneers by the case maker allowed beautiful ‘flame’ patterns to be produced, the best of which was reserved for the trunk door. As we progressed into the 19th century, most 8 day longcase clock cases would have been made using Mahogany.
A fine English regulator by Charles. J. Klaftenberger who was working at 157 Regent … Read More
A fine 8 day longcase clock striking the hours on a bell. The early … Read More
The 13” painted dial is signed Bartley and Eggert of Bristol and features Arabic … Read More
A fine, unusually small, longcase by Clark of Dorchester (Dorset).
Pretty 12” painted dial, … Read More
A fine, local, mahogany Longcase clock by Cleaveland Salter of Portsea. 8 day weight … Read More
A fine, classic London mahogany Longcase clock. 8 day, five pillar movement striking the … Read More