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Evan Williams of Trecastell

30-hour longcase clock with painted arch dial featuring a parlour-scene by Evan Williams of Trecastell, c1840.

Evan Williams was recorded as working in Trecastell in 1840, and was one of a family of Brecknockshire clockmakers, with John, Rees & William working from Cwmwysg, the last two being buried in Llywel churchyard in the 1820’s.

The case of dense reddish oak with yew-wood embellishments has a hood with a swan-neck pediment and finely turned pillars, above a square shaped trunk door flanked by twisted corner columns over a base with a recessed panel, raised on bracket feet.

86" high, 18" wide
219 cms high, 46 cms wide

Ref: 16054   

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Made by Evan Williams of Trecastell
Circa 1840

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