EDMUND MASSEY

Offered by Howard Walwyn Ltd
EDMUND MASSEY

EDMUND MASSEY

Offered by Howard Walwyn
Date & Origin c. 1695, LONDINI FECIT
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Description
A fine ebony veneered timepiece table clock, the 8-day timepiece brass dial movement with pull quarter repeat on two bells. The movement and case are identical to those made by Joseph Knibb, of whom Edmund Massey was an apprentice.

A fine ebony veneered timepiece table clock, the 8-day timepiece brass dial movement with pull quarter repeat on two bells. The movement and case are identical to those made by Joseph Knibb, of whom Edmund Massey was an apprentice.

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Dimensions
Description
A fine ebony veneered timepiece table clock, the 8-day timepiece brass dial movement with pull quarter repeat on two bells. The movement and case are identical to those made by Joseph Knibb, of whom Edmund Massey was an apprentice.

A fine ebony veneered timepiece table clock, the 8-day timepiece brass dial movement with pull quarter repeat on two bells. The movement and case are identical to those made by Joseph Knibb, of whom Edmund Massey was an apprentice.

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