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Thomas Battely, London - A Pagoda top Mahogany Longcase Clock

A   well-proportioned   London   pagoda-top   mahogany   longcase   clock   which   has   an   eight-day   duration,   five-pillar   movement striking   the   hours   on   a   bell.   The   arched   brass   dial   has   a   matted   dial   centre   with   date   aperture   and   a   recessed   seconds   dial which   has   red   floral   engraving   to   it’s   centre.   The   silvered   chapter   ring   is   engraved   with   black   Roman   hour   numerals,   Arabic five   minute   outer   numerals   and   has   decorative   blued   steel   hands   and   cast-brass   'C'   scroll   corner   spandrels.   A   silvered cartouche   to   the   dial   centre   is   engraved   with   the   maker’s   name   ‘Thos.   Battely,   London’.   Within   the   arch   is   a   further subsidiary   dial   with   a   silvered   chapter   ring   and   blued   steel   hand   for   ‘strike/silent’,   and   which   has   ‘dolphin’   spandrels   either side. The   mahogany   pagoda-topped   case   has   a   double   plinth   to   the   panelled   base   and   glazed   side   windows   to   the   hood   which has brass-stop fluted hood pillars and fretwork within the centre. Height: 90 inches (228 cms) Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

Thomas Battely

Thomas Battely (sometimes spelt Batley) was apprenticed to Peter Mallet, a watchmaker of Red Lyon Street, London, on the 12th of September 1745 for a period of seven years with a premium paid of £26-5-0. He was known to have still been working in 1777 when he reported a watch made by him to be lost.

Price: £8,500.00

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Thomas Battely, London - A Pagoda top Mahogany Longcase Clock

A   well-proportioned   London   pagoda-top   mahogany   longcase   clock   which   has   an   eight-day duration,   five-pillar   movement   striking   the   hours   on   a   bell.   The   arched   brass   dial   has   a matted   dial   centre   with   date   aperture   and   a   recessed   seconds   dial   which   has   red   floral engraving    to    it’s    centre.    The    silvered    chapter    ring    is    engraved    with    black    Roman    hour numerals,   Arabic   five   minute   outer   numerals   and   has   decorative   blued   steel   hands   and   cast- brass   'C'   scroll   corner   spandrels.   A   silvered   cartouche   to   the   dial   centre   is   engraved   with   the maker’s   name   ‘Thos.   Battely,   London’.   Within   the   arch   is   a   further   subsidiary   dial   with   a silvered    chapter    ring    and    blued    steel    hand    for    ‘strike/silent’,    and    which    has    ‘dolphin’ spandrels either side. The   mahogany   pagoda-topped   case   has   a   double   plinth   to   the   panelled   base   and   glazed side   windows   to   the   hood   which   has   brass-stop   fluted   hood   pillars   and   fretwork   within   the centre. Height: 90 inches (228 cms) Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

Thomas Battely

Thomas   Battely   (sometimes   spelt   Batley)   was   apprenticed   to   Peter   Mallet,   a   watchmaker   of Red   Lyon   Street,   London,   on   the   12th   of   September   1745   for   a   period   of   seven   years   with   a premium    paid    of    £26-5-0.    He    was    known    to    have    still    been    working    in    1777    when    he reported a watch made by him to be lost.

Price: £8,500.00

Ref: 1221

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