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English bracket clock by Webster of London - Details:
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Bracket Clock by Webster of London This is an important English bracket clock by William Webster, London, apprentice to Thomas Tompion, made around 1750.

The beautifully engraved 8-day double fusee movement has an exceptional quality verge escapement, rise and fall regulator, pull repeat, and a finely engraved lenticular pendulum bob.

It strikes the hours on a bell with strike/silent mechanism.

The attractive and rare ebonised fruitwood case has a nice original patina with the fruitwood showing through on some of the top panels.

The dial and brass surrounds and feet are of the highest quality and in excellent original condition.

The dial and back plate are signed "Wm. Webster, Exchange Alley, London". It is complete with the original brass mounted wall bracket.

Circa 1750

13" high with out the handle; 10" wide at the feet

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