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A late 17th century ebonised bracket clock

Maker:  Joseph Knibb


Joseph Knibb: A late 17th century ebonised bracket clock, the 6 1/2in. dial signed Joseph knibb, London, with cherub spandrels and strike and alarm control apertures above XII, the similarly signed 5-pillar latched movement formerly with alarm and now with anchor escapement, the backplate engraved with tulips and scrolling leaves in a domed moulded case with a carrying handle, 13in. high.

ID:  79099


Yorkshire And The Humber

This can be seen without prior appointment on not less then 5 days each year at Newburgh Priory in the private rooms. This item can be seen at Newburgh Priory opening times can be found at the attached link. At all other times this item can be seen by prior appointment through the contact shown.