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This robustly constructed 8 day duration movement strikes the hours on a bell and is controlled by a finely made anchor recoil escapement. The dial is made from silvered brass showing Roman numerals and subsidiary dials describing seconds and calendar. The case is decorated with flame and crossbanded mahogany veneer.
James Howden is noted as the Booked apprentice to James Cowan from 1764 until January 1768.
He was quick to establish himself as a regarded craftsman and soon formed a large and lucrative connection with the city which he handed on to his sons on his retirement in 1809.
A rare and interesting mahogany George III longcase clock with 8 day movement and striking hours on a single bell. Spherical moon, age of moon and tidal complications.
John Bower is listed as clock and watchmaker in Kirriemuir between 1795 and 1815. A number of longcase clocks are known to exist by this maker from Angus
A well constructed 8 Day Domestic regulator with dead beat escapement, maintaining power, strike/silent and calendar complications. The finely made oak case is accented by fluted columns and quarter cut panels. The hands of blued steel contrast an engraved silvered brass dial decorated with roses and acorns.
David Sutherland was known to be in business as a clock and watchmaker in Keith - Banffshire between 1803 & 1825
A finely made 8 Day domestic regulator with half dead beat escapement and maintaining power controlled by a substantial wooden rod compensation pendulum. The clock case boasts a beautifully rich satinwood veneer accented with ebony inlays.
John Dickman was in business on Bernard street, Leith at around 1800 and had then moved to 36 shore by 1825. Laterally His business premises moved out of Leith and on to George St in the city of Edinburgh.
8 day duration wall hanging domestic regulator. A robustly manufactured dead beat escapement with maintaining power housed inside a heavy mahogany case. James Rattray started business in Dundee at around 1856 and quickly made an impression and growing reputation for himself as a watch & chronometer maker.
A nicely proportioned 8 day fusee wall clock with convex painted dial housed within a mahogany case.
An unusual 8-day drum head fusee wall clock with half dead beat escapement and maintaining power. The mahogany case is complemented with a silvered brass dial and blued steel hands encircled by a heavy brass bezel.
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The Old Byre, 151b The Drum, EDINBURGH EH178RX
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