William Webster of London – George II Longcase Clock
William Webster was a renowned clockmaker who operated in London during the 18th century. He was a member of the Clockmakers’ Company and is known for his high-quality clocks that are characterized by their exceptional craftsmanship and beautiful designs. Webster was particularly famous for his longcase clocks, which are widely regarded as some of the finest examples of Georgian clockmaking.
This stunning clock features a green-japanned case with gilt accents that adds a touch of luxury and elegance to any room. The intricate detailing of the case is a testament to the exceptional skill of William Webster and his team of craftsmen. The dial is also beautifully designed, with an ornate silvered chapter ring and a finely engraved center.
The clock movement is a testament to Webster’s technical expertise, with its precision timekeeping and beautiful chiming mechanism. It is a prime example of the outstanding quality and craftsmanship that Webster was renowned for, and it remains in excellent working condition to this day.
Owning a William Webster longcase clock is a privilege that few can experience. With their exceptional beauty, quality craftsmanship, and historical significance, they are truly a collector’s item. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own this exceptional George II parcel gilt green-japanned longcase clock by William Webster of London. It is a rare and valuable piece that will add elegance and sophistication to any home, and it is sure to be treasured for generations to come.