A Georgian style break-arch case typical of the work of the London maker William Webster, circa. 1710. The Chatsworth cabinet is decorated with book-matched burr walnut veneers inlaid with satinwood banding. The case features fluted quarter columns to the trunk and "Corinthian" pillars to the hood. The cabinet is crowned with fine pierced fretwork and brass spire finials. The solid brass dial features cherub spandrels, a silver finish chapter ring, hand painted moon dial and blue lacquered hands. The cabinet is hand rubbed and waxed to achieve an "antique" patina.
Alternative dial options illustrated are available, please contact our sales office for further information.
The introduction of the pendulum movement in England in the 1650s heralded the great age of clock making in London. It was to prove a technological lead that remained virtually unchallenged throughout the 17th & 18th centuries. Comitti’s longcase collection combines the finest features of hand crafted period cabinetwork with precision triple chime movements. Modern features such as automatic night silencing of the chimes, automatic chime correction and automatic beat adjustment to synchronize the swing of the pendulum are included.
Triple chime 8 day cable movement with silencer
Automatic night silencer (10.00 PM to 7.15 AM), chime sequence and beat correction
Plays Westminster, Whittington and St. Michael melodies on rods
Beveled glasses and lacquered solid brass furniture
Adjustable feet, door locks and detachable hood for access to the movement
Bespoke finish and dial options available
Certificate of Authenticity
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