A George III mahogany longcase clock, Thomas Sutton, Maidstone, the arched door flanked by stop fluted mahogany and brass columns and surmounted by three brass finial' data-content='An architectural decoration, found on the upper parts of of an object. On furniture they are usually found on pediments, canopies and shelf supports. On smaller ceramic or silver items, such as spoons, they may decorate the top of the item itself, or the lid or cover where they provide a useful handle for removal.<br><br>Finials have a variety of shapes and forms. They may be urn-shaped, baluster shaped round or spiral, but usually taper into an upper point. Many real life shapes may also be used as finials, such as pineapples, berries, pinecones, buds, lotus and acorns. Sometimes animals such as a lion are depicted, or fish and dolphins.'>finials, above a long trunk with raised panel door, above a square base, raised on bracket feet, with a 12 inch painted Osbourne dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and aperture' data-content='A date aperture is a cut out section in the face of a watch or clock, displaying the day of the month.'>date aperture, with an eight day movement and anchor escapement, 48 cm wide, 23 cm deep, 218 cm high (18.5 wide, 9 deep, 85.5 high)
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