Barrauds, Cornhill, London
A fine mahogany drop dial wall timepiece with 13 inch wooden painted dial and eight day fusee movement. The flame figured mahogany case with curve to the wall bottom and opening door below a fielded panel. Narrow wood surround with concave cast brass locking bezel.
Date c 1810
Height 23 ins (59 cm)
Paul Philip Barraud was a fine clock and chronometer maker, he worked from Cornhill, London. Master of the Clockmakers' Company in 1810 and a partner with W. Howells and George Jamison in 1797 - 1799 for making Thomas Mudge's Timekeepers. He died in 1820.