| Llanrwst Longcase Clock By Watkin Owen Circa 1790 .
Typical form of a late 19th Century Llanrwst long case clock by Watkin Owen the hoods pediment is quite pronounced and shape profiled door and slap on panel base show all the signs of a good quality affordable clock .
The beautifully hand painted dial shows all the hall marks of Wilson a Birmingham dial painter with birds of paradise flanking the fingers and sweets /meadow flowers corner panels the dials Roman and Arabic numbers being painted in Indian ink all numbers and name are defined and Can be easily read.
Again typical of an Owen Clock is the five pillar 8 day movement striking hourly on the bell this is what sets Llanrwst clocks apart from other clock makers , the attention to detail really shows the clocks quality .
Standing at 7ft tall this little beauty would look stunning in any home weather modern or a more contemporary setting .
Sizes : Height 7ft x Width 20 inches x Depth 10 inches .