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Wall Regulator by Telford Field
  Stock number: 258
A compact and attractive wall regulator with the inscription Telford Field 1875 on the silvered dial. The well made movement and case appear to be of individual construction, the winding square being in the centre of the hour dial which is engraved with 24 rather than the usual 12 hours.

A Telford Field was the commodore of The Royal Corrinthian Yacht Club at this time and there is a drawing of the Telford Field Challenge Cup by William Lionel Wyllie in the archives (PAE 2531) of the National Maritime Museum.

The census return of 1881 shows Telford Field an engineer aged 47 living at 59 Caslow Gardens in Kensington with a butler and 2 domestic staff.

Further research for into this interesting clock and it's maker is ongoing.


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12 inch Fusee Wall Clock
  Stock number: 292
An 8 day fusee wall clock, the mahogany back box with pendulum access doors to the curved bottom and the right hand side. The 12 inch painted dial with Roman numerals and makers name John Penlington - Liverpool has a cast brass bezel and blued steel, shaped hands. The narrow one piece mahogany surround is highly polished with original deep and rich patination. This is a fine example of the English fusee wall clock made before the heavier more austere mid Victorian versions took over.

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