Jerimiah Lowman, Ramsgate Quarter Strike Fusee Bracket Clock
$ 4761| € 4106
A fine quality Georgian Kent bracket/table clock of neat proportions. A mahogany case with the original finish and brass carrying handle to the arched top. Brass case edging to the break-arch dial surround and standing on ogee brass bracket feet. An arched painted dial with the original finish and strike/silent to the top. Glass side apertures to view the mechanism. Well made, slim blued steel hands and signed to the dial 'J LOWMAN, RAMSGATE'. A fine quality 8-day duration twin fusee mechanism with rarer quarter striking on 2 bells. Border engraving to the mechanism and pendulum with higher quality pendulum regulation scale. Hour bell striking. The original pendulum transportation lock and winding key. The original key to the front and rear opening doors. Circa 1815.
Height 16" / 41 cms Width 12" / 31 cms Depth 7 1/2" / 19cms
Jerimiah Lowman of Ramsgate in Kent is recorded in Baillies and Loomes' 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as coming from London to Ramsgate in 1810 and working until 1832.
From Kembery Antique Clocks Ltd you can expect a genuine antique clock that has been serviced with 12 months guarantee. We personally deliver to the UK, please contact us for a quote. Worldwide tracked delivery available. We are members of The British Watchmakers and Clockmakers Guild.