the face with gilt numerals, the body with gilt chinoiserie decoration and arched door, the eight day driven movement with anchor escapement, English circa 1760
Similar examples can be found in English Dial Clocks by Ronald Rose (2000), plate 28 and Clockmakers of Britain 1286-1700 by Brian Loomes (2014), p.303.
This clock is also featured in The Tavern Clock (2015) by Martin Gatto, p.141
the hexagonal section podium carved to four sides with pierced arcades and gothic ornament and raised on six hexagonal section posts, together with a framed reproduction of the Wayterhouse drawings for the pulpit (held at The RIBA Library),
c.1870, from the parish church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Dagenham.
the slope top above the facade with repeating stop-chamfered recessed panels, the ends with carved leafy surmounts; together with five associated panels,