A fine 1760s mahogany longcase clock, by Hadwen, Liverpool, the broken arch hood over a trunk with shaped door and well-figured mahogany veneers to the door and base. The trunk has part wood-filled fluted quarter columns to the corners, topped with brass Corinthian capitals. The case is raised on a canted rectangular base with ogee bracket feet.
The 13-inch brass has a moonphase disc in the arch, a subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture to the engraved matted centre, and is signed on the silvered chapter ring Hadwen, Liverpool.
4 pillar 8 day movement, rack striking on a bell.