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A George I Quarter Repeating Ebonised Table Clock, John Bushman, London, Circa 1720

Estimate:

6,000 - 9,000 USD

Property of a Private Connecticut Collector

A George I Quarter Repeating Ebonised Table Clock, John Bushman, London, Circa 1720

A George I Quarter Repeating Ebonised Table Clock, John Bushman, London, Circa 1720

Estimate:

6,000 - 9,000 USD

Lot sold:

8,190

USD

Property of a Private Connecticut Collector


A George I Quarter Repeating Ebonised Table Clock, John Bushman, London, Circa 1720

the 7 inch dial with unusual flower and scroll spandrels, matted centre with mock pendulum aperture, the upper corners with subsidiary strike/silent and regulation dials, the foliate engraved arch with date aperture and signed in a cartouche John Bushman, LONDON, the fusee movement with rise and fall regulation, verge escapement, rack striking on a bell and with pull quarter repeating on two bells, similarly signed backplate engraved with foliate scrolls, the case with shallow domed top and elaborate gilt-brass carrying handle above a moulded cornice, gilt foliate door frets, moulded base and block feet


height 15 1/2 in.; width 10 1/4 in.; depth 6 1/4 in.

39.5 cm; 26 cm; 16 cm

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Acquired through Corfield Morris, London