A mahogany longcase clock, John Lee, Cook Ham, 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 for the piece, usually considered to be five years on either side of the circa year. Thus, circa 1900 means the piece was made about 1900, probably between 1895 and 1905. The expression is sometimes abbreviated to c.1900.'>circa 1790 the shaped hood above a restrained case, brass dial signed John Lee, Cookham, subsidiary seconds, date aperture at 6, silent/strike in arch, foliate spandrels are usually of cast brass and may be additonally chased and engraved. On painted dial clocks the spandrels are also usually painted.'>spandrels, 8-day bell striking movement with anchor escapement 222 cm high
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