Early/Mid-19th C Oak Longcase clock George Graham of Cockermouth 

Early 19th century oak cased eight day longcase clock by Graham, Cockermouth know to be making clocks in Cockermouth between 1820 & 1850, The arched painted dial is decorated to the top and corners with floral arrangements, the clock face shows Roman numerals and signed G Graham Cockermouth. 
To the centre of the dial is a day of month aperture, the case is in oak and inlaid mahogany with main door having a double arched form. 
The hood has a swan neck pediment above turned columns, The movement is a eight day movement striking the hour on a bell. Complete with pendulum, winder and weights. 
The movement has recently been serviced and is in good working order. 
Height: 225cm 
Depth: 22cm 
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