French “St Nicolas”longcase clock around 1800.

French “St Nicolas” longcase clock around 1800

French “St Nicolas” longcase clock around 1800



This French oak longcase clock from the beginning of 1800 is named “St Nicolas-clock” because they were made in  and around the village Saint Nicolas d’Aliermont this is in Normandy in the neighbourhood of Dieppe.

The clock has a 8 day anchor movement with two weights and two counterweights.

It has an email dial with brass hands and a hour and half hour striking on a bell on the top of the clock. The clock is 100% original, completely restored and in a perfect working order.


height 2,5 m, Depth 13 cm, top is wide  48 cm, case is wide 26 cm.