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Writing to Alice Martin at Mount Stuart, Isle Of Bute, Pa20 9lr

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A Charles II tortoiseshell bracket clock

Maker:  Thomas Vernon


Thomas Vernon: A Charles II tortoiseshell bracket clock, the glazed polished steel and brass dial with roman and arabic numerals with striking movement, strike/silent and seconds hand dials... The case with caddy top and silver-plate handle on plated embossed bun feet, the movement altered and adapted - the circlet 6 1/2in. diam.; 14in. high overall.

ID:  61442

Currently kept at: Mount Stuart


Argyll & Bute

This can be seen without prior appointment by special guided tour on at least 10 days each year. For 2014 special guided tours run at 11am and 2pm on 11 and 25 April, 10,18 and 23 May, 1and 20 June, 18 July, 15 and 31 August. Because numbers are limited, advance booking is desirable. At all other times access is by prior appointment. For further details bookings and appointments refer to the contact shown.