Not a whole clock sadly, just a dialplate, and even more sad it is missing its westmorland style date wheel. According to Brian Loomes only 7 clocks are known, all 30 hours, some with lantern style turned posts and some with rectangular posts. I have no idea which this would have been. Dating is always difficult with Northern clocks, but there are clocks by the same maker dated as 1710 and 1715 which have a later style of minute numbering on the chapter ring, so I think this is earlier, possibly among the first known. The style of signature is the same as others in the wigton school used in 1705. I love it already, I really like cup and ring decoration. It will join my collection of dial plates, I see them as art and have them framed and on the wall.