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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: £11,000.00

Ref: 1221

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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: £11,000.00

Ref: 1221

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