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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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