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Gutlin Clocks
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A Stunning English George II 8 day Green Lacquered Longcase clock By John Pyke, London.
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A Stunning English George II 8 day Green Lacquered Longcase clock By John Pyke, London.

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A Stunning English George II 8 day Green Lacquered Longcase clock By John Pyke, London. The lacquer case has an unusual and curious olive green colour with polychrome decoration which produces a most pleasing effect when combined with the very attractive proportions of this classic London clock.The 12" breakarch brass dial has the maker's name in the arch.The clock measures 93" (2363mm) in maximum height. John Pyke "That great artist" was free of the Clockmakers Company in 1720 and died in 1762. He worked from Holborn and Bedford Row.

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Product Code: SA331857

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A Stunning English George II 8 day Green Lacquered Longcase clock By John Pyke, London. The lacquer case has an unusual and curious olive green colour with polychrome decoration which produces a most pleasing effect when combined with the very attractive proportions of this classic London clock.The 12" breakarch brass dial has the maker's name in the arch.The clock measures 93" (2363mm) in maximum height. John Pyke "That great artist" was free of the Clockmakers Company in 1720 and died in 1762. He worked from Holborn and Bedford Row.

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