English Oak Long Case Clock, 19th century, the works signed Neddey Wells, Leeds, the case with swan's neck cresting, spire and ball finial, and arched door, enclosing works fitted with a two-train movement, sweep seconds hand, lunar indicator, and signed in the arch, the case with shaped mid-case door and plinth base, ht. 84 in.
pinwheel with losses to swan's neck cresting. glass panel cracked to door. dirty and dry finish with uneven color. corossion and pitting to all metal mounts (one cracked). works apparently complete, with two weights and pendulum.