Circa 1800, late George III mahogany grandfather clock by T. Campbell, Strabane. The hood of the clock with its turned and tapering columns, broken pediment, and cast brass rondels on the top to both sides. It has a single glazed door with a stylish cast brass knob and the dial itself is painted with wheat sheaves in each corner and a hot air balloon to the top with a stylish pattern about it. It has a hand painted dial with Arabic numerals. The body of the clock has a rectangular door in the centre and mahogany quarter columns. There is a small fielded panel with several moulded edges, and a large panel on the base with further ogee mouldings. The whole clock stands on squat bracket feet. The clock has been serviced and is working.
- 230 cm high x 59 cm wide x 26 cm deep