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Lot 1002Wednesday 27 Nov, 2019 - 10.00am
An 18th Century brass lantern clock by George Clarke, Leadenhall Street, London, No. 5373, made for the Turkish market, the 7.25ins diameter silvered chapter ring with Turkish numerals and spandrels cast with crescent ornament, to the brass framed movement with turned uprights and finials and fretted and engraved side panels, the brass and steel framed movement with verge escapement, 14.75ins high, and with later wooden wall bracket for same
Note: Probably George Clarke recorded working Leadenhall Street, London1725, Livery of The Clockmakers Company 1787 - Fine Table Clock in the Wetherfield Collection, Sheep's Head Clock with Turkish figures and longcase clock in the Virginia Museum.