Moonphase longcase clocks (brass dial or painted dial) can come in various forms. A ‘rolling’ moon in the arch of the dial is the most common, but they can also appear as a sphere or a ‘penny moon’. All types have the same function which to show the lunar month (29 ½ days) and to show the shape of the moon as it appears in the sky, known as the moon’s phase.
A superb and rare tidal dial longcase clock.
The mahogany veneered case is of … Read More
A fine, moonphase, painted dial longcase clock. The pretty 12” dial has unusual pale … Read More
A superb quality & most attractive 8 day moonphase longcase clock by ‘Chas Lunan … Read More
A slim and very attractive 8 day moonphase longcase clock by Robert Moxham, Coleford … Read More
A superb quality, attractive and locally made moonphase longcase clock by John Snelling of … Read More