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JOHN DWERRIHOUSE. A good late George III period mahogany tavern clock by this eminent London maker.

JOHN DWERRIHOUSE. A good late George III period mahogany tavern clock by this eminent London maker. JOHN DWERRIHOUSE. A good late George III period mahogany tavern clock by this eminent London maker.
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JOHN DWERRIHOUSE. A good late George III period mahogany tavern clock by this eminent London maker.

Origin
Berkeley Square, London
Date
circa 1800 - 1810

A good late George III period mahogany tavern clock by this eminent London maker. The substantial weight-driven plated movement runs for eight days and has a wooden painted dial with original pierced brass hands. The classic long door Tavern case has fine flame mahogany veneers and retains its original shaped ears.

Height: 40 ½ in (103 cm)

Width: 21 in (53.5 cm)

Depth: 8 in (20 cm)

* John Dwerrihouse is a very well-known clockmaker who was free of the Clockmakers’ Company in 1781. He began working in Charles Street and then moved to Berkeley Square in 1800.

We have had a number of top quality longcases and wall or tavern clocks by him.

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