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A highly important Charles II giltmetal and silver-mounted bracket clock case circa 1680

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1680)

Description: 

The Castlemaine Tompion: A highly important Charles II giltmetal and silver-mounted bracket clock case circa 1680, the square dial signed Tho. Tompion Londini Fecit at the base between sectors for pendulum locking, the silvered chapter ring with blued steel hands, the matted centre with false-pendulum aperture and alarm disc, subsidiary sectors above for strike selection and regulation, the cushion-moulded top with pierced oak leaf finials and applied with foliate mounts, similar mounts to sides, back and front door, engraved overall with scrolling foliage, on block feet and enclosing a later 19th Century movement by B.L. Vulliamy 13?in. high; 10?in. wide; 7in. deep

ID:  125462

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Suffolk

This item can be seen at Euston Hall, Thetford, Suffolk IP24 2QP when it is open to the public for at least 28 days a year. For details of the opening times please see the attached link www.eustonhall.co.uk