A Dutch burr walnut repeating longcase clock, Pieter Tysen 18th and 19th century
4,000 - 6,000 EUR
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- 292cm. high incl. atlas.
32-cm engraved silvered chapter ring signed Pieter Tysen Amsteldam, subsidiary seconds and apertures for day, date and moonphase in the arch, re-painted polychrome surround with season spandrels, associated anchor movement with trip repeating rack Dutch half hour striking on two tilting bells, 19th century burr walnut case with shaped top surmounted by an atlas and two angels, foliate pierced frets above and below the shaped corners with carved ornament, glazed door flanked by canted pilasters, canted trunk with long shaped door and Europe lenticle, moulded base with curbed knees over canted corners, raised on claw feet