A Sheraton style grandfather clock inspired by the Scottish maker William Robb of Montrose , circa. 1790. Extensive use of chequered edgeline and marquetry inlays enhances the superb flame mahogany veneers of the Gleneagle. The scroll pediment is decorated with wheat motif marquetry and crowned with a fine cast brass eagle. The cabinet stands on splayed feet and features fluted quarter columns to the trunk and "Corinthian" pillars to the hood. The clock features a hand painted moon dial "Wildlife in the Lake District" signed by the artist. 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.