Maintaining Longcase Clocks
An Owner's Guide to Maintenance, Restoration and Conservation
By Nigel Barnes and Austin Jordan
Longcase clocks were invidually hand-made during the golden age of change that took place between the late seventeenth and mid-nineteenth centuries. Longcase clocks with their seventeenth century clock-making technology were innovative and incorporated an accurate pendulum clock within an attractive piece of domestic furnishing.
The authors provide detailed information about how longcase clocks work and how they are made. They also cover the theory and the 'best practice' practical steps that are required in longcase clock maintenance, restoration and conservation.
- Outlines the history and horological development of longcase clocks
- Describes how longcase clocks can be dated
- Considers materials, tools and equipment
- Examines the movement and the associated simple, and more difficult, workshop procedures
- Covers maintenance and effective repairs
- Explains the more difficult woodwork procedures
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