EARLY 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH LONGCASE CLOCK by John Law of Beith, the pillared hood with broken swan neck pediment and urn finial, the brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, and subsidiary seconds hand and calendar aperture, two train eight day movement, the lunette with mounted roundel inscribed with maker's name, the waisted mahogany case with moulded dentil cornice, quarter rounded columns, the door with serpentine top and Masonic tool inlay, approx. 200cm

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