The arched glazed door is flanked by Corinthian capped reeded columns, which are brass inlaid on the bottom third. The arched trunk door, with moulded edges and cross banding is flanked by reeded pillars with Corinthian caps and brass inlay. The inlaid base is set on an apron. The eight day 5 pillar movement striking on a bell has a 12″ arched brass dial with strike/silent in the arch, corner spandrels, raised chapter ring, seconds and date dials.
The centre is matted and contains a silvered signature plate. William Turner was apprenticed in 1734 and was working in Church St. Spitafields, London until 1772.
Height: 79″ (201cms)