A very attractive hoop and spike wall clock, 30 hour anchor with hour striking (rack). Single hand.
Unusually detailed early cherub spandrels.
An original early brass lantern clock case with later, quality W & H two train, QUARTER STRIKING movement striking on two bells, the 6.75" brass chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved centre signed Richard Greenhill, Canterbury fecit, pierced foliate frets, strapwork bell and finial, 16" high (pendulum). Hands added at the time of fusee conversion (Edwardian).
~15% larger size than std lantern frame.
Richard Greenhill is known to have started producing lantern clocks c1655 in Ashford;
this case dates ~1675.
Operates as it should. Excellent value.