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James Tupman, London - An English Fusee Ormolu Clock

An   ormolu   mantel   clock   in   the   classical   style   which   has   an   eight-day   duration,   single   fusee   timepiece   movement   signed   by the   clockmaker   F.   Baetens,   London   on   both   the   backplate   and   inside   the   plates.   The   white   enamel   dial   has   black   Roman hour   numerals   and   is   signed   by   the   well-known   maker   a   retailer   Tupman,   44   Gt.   Russell   St.   The   ormolu   case   has   a   winged female   figure   holding   a   cornucopia   of   flowers,   with   a   pillar   mounted   with   various   ornamentation   including   an   anchor,   an artists palette and a globe; all standing on a base with classical mounts to the front. Height: 13½ inches (34 cms) Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

James Tupman

James Tupman is recorded at 44 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London between 1816 and 1819; No.67 in 1820; No.31 in 1822-1842; No.31 in 1845 until 1856 as a watch & clock maker and jeweller. He was most likely the brother of George Tupman, watchmaker of Old Bond Street, with whom he worked closely.

Baetens

The Baetens family were known makers of French style clocks and also bronze & ormolu artefacts, including clocks working in the Soho area of London and Leicester Square.

Price: £3,800.00

Ref: 1280

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James Tupman, London - An English Fusee Mantel Clock

An   ormolu   mantel   clock   in   the   classical   style   which   has   an   eight-day   duration,   single   fusee timepiece   movement   signed   by   the   clockmaker   F.   Baetens,   London   on   both   the   backplate and   inside   the   plates.   The   white   enamel   dial   has   black   Roman   hour   numerals   and   is   signed by   the   well-known   maker   a   retailer   Tupman,   44   Gt.   Russell   St.   The   ormolu   case   has   a   winged female    figure    holding    a    cornucopia    of    flowers,    with    a    pillar    mounted    with    various ornamentation   including   an   anchor,   an   artists   palette   and   a   globe;   all   standing   on   a   base with classical mounts to the front. Height: 13½ inches (34 cms) Please click on images to enlarge: Any additional images are shown below

James Tupman

James   Tupman   is   recorded   at   44   Great   Russell   Street,   Bloomsbury,   London   between   1816 and   1819;   No.67   in   1820;   No.31   in   1822-1842;   No.31   in   1845   until   1856   as   a   watch   &   clock maker   and   jeweller.   He   was   most   likely   the   brother   of   George   Tupman,   watchmaker   of   Old Bond Street, with whom he worked closely.

Baetens

The   Baetens   family   were   known   makers   of   French   style   clocks   and   also   bronze   &   ormolu artefacts, including clocks working in the Soho area of London and Leicester Square.

Price: £3,800.00

Ref: 1220

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