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Vulliamy, London No. 430

A fine red sanderswood mantel timepiece, the square dial signed Vulliamy London with 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 430.

Date 1806

Height 12 3/4 ins (32 cm)

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

Spring time piece in a veneered sanders case


Jackson the Movt                                                5 .16-

Seagrave gild the frame round the glass                               3 . 6-

Walker making of dial 4-

Seagrave gild the frame 2 twice 3-

Brownly the case with feet    5 . 15-3

Mr Palmer

Nov 26 1806

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. Thomas Brownley of 68 King Street, Golden Square, an independent cabinetmaker was frequently employed by Vulliamy, especially for non-standard work.

At this date, 1807, Vulliamy was working at the Prince Regent’s London residence, Carlton House. Carlton House was the town house of the Prince Regent for several decades from 1783 until it was demolished forty years later

We previously sold a similar clock No. 445.