One of the finest burr walnut cabinets you will ever see. This lovely Nicholas Lambert of London grandfather clock from the early 18th century. Nicholas Lambert was one of many Huguenot clockmakers. He was working in London in the first half of the 18th century.
Featuring exceptional quality brass dial with moon to the arch. Also with very rare tidal times to the dial centre. I am assuming this is the High Water at London Bridge.Chapter ring and spandrels to corners. Fine subsidiary seconds and calendar to dial centre. Outstanding quality matting to the dial centre.
The high quality 5 pillar movement striking the hours on a single bell.
The cabinet of the finest choice burr walnut veneers.Dome top to the hood with fretwork beneath. Finishing off the hood columns with brass capitals.Long elegant trunk door to case with moulding to the door. Banding around edge of base and door. The clock standing on a double plinth.
A collector’s clock.