William Terry of Bedale - 30hr pine cased longcase clock c 1770, with a deep broken pediment and dog...
William Terry of Bedale - 30hr pine cased longcase clock c 1770, with a deep broken pediment and dog tooth moulding, square hood door with attached pilasters, long trunk door with a wavy top, plinth with applied skirting and feet, brass dial with silvered chapter ring and dial centre, centre with finely engraved decoration, calendar aperture and dummy winding holes, chapter engraved with roman numerals and five minute Arabic's, dial pinned to a rope driven count wheel striking movement. With pendulum and weight.
William Terry, father (I) and son (II) were prolific 18th century Yorkshire clockmakers, recorded as working predominantly in Bedale but also other provincial towns in North Yorkshire.
Estimate : £200.00 - £250.00