BENJAMIN VULLIAMY OF PALL MALL, LONDON (1747-1811)
Fine red sanderswood mantel timepiece

Offered by Tobias Birch
Fine red sanderswood mantel timepiece
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BENJAMIN VULLIAMY OF PALL MALL, LONDON (1747-1811)
Fine red sanderswood mantel timepiece

1807 London
Offered by Tobias Birch
£15,000.00
Height32.00 cm
12.60 inches
A fine red sanderswood mantel timepiece, the square dial signed Vulliamy London with voided heart hands. The superlative eight day fusee movement with rise and fall regulation to the original numbered pendulum. Signed on the backplate Vulliamy, London and numbered 445.

Date 1807

Height 12 3/4 ins (32 cm)

This superb mantel timepiece is recorded in the Vulliamy day book.

Spring time piece in a red sanders case with the top to resemble an antique sarcophagus
 
Jackson the Movt                                                5 .16-
Pinton the frame for the Door                               10 . 6
Brownly the case with the feet at bottom lined with green cloth                                        5 . 15-6

A near indentical clock in very poor condition numbered 440 was sold at Christies King Street auction in 2005.

Benjamin Vulliamy was free of the clockmakers Company in 1781. He was consulted by George III on mechanical subjects, especially in connection with Kew Observatory and supplied the King with a very fine regulator.


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