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Thomas Tompion - Tompion No. 141

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1690)

Description: 

Thomas Tompion - Tompion No. 141, an ebony quarter repeating table clock, London circa 1690, the 7 in latch dial signed 'Tho Tompion Londini Fecit', with winged cherub spandrels, finely matted centre, with strike/silent lever at XII, the two trained fuse movement with seven knopped and ringed latch pillars (with later conversion to anchor escapement), Tompion's quarter repeating on a small bell and striking on a larger bell, the foliate and tulip engraved back plate signed as on the dial, and numbered along the lower edge '141', the similarly inscribed case with inverted belltop, a gilt brass carrying handle, and foliate door fret, height 13 3/4in.

ID:  124119

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Lincolnshire

This item can be seen at The Usher Gallery, Lincoln when it is open to the public for 6 months every 3 years commencing from 2013 at all other times it is availble to view by appointment through the contact shown.