A very nice late Georgian tall case clock circa 1820. The clock features a quarter sawn oak case inlaid with fans, shells and wide stringing. The broken arch bonnet top has brass end caps and a brass finial on top. The side finials are missing. The fluted pillars have brass capitals as does the side pilasters on the waist. The dial is painted with a charming scene of a fairytale style castle with a cottage in the foreground and a ship out at sea. The clock was made in Cakemor England and there is a makers name above but it is too worn to see. The clock has a brass 8 day movement and is in good working condition. There is a winding key and a key for the door. It is approx. 89" high by 19 1/2" wide by 9" deep. In very good condition overall with the exception of a split in the base panel and a repair at the same spot. Please see photo close-up. Guaranteed to be as described.