Thomas Tompion (1639-1713) was an English master clockmaker and watchmaker
He is considered to be the father of English clock making, and designed watches and clocks throughout the late 1600s.
Early ownership of a Tompion clock or watch was limited to Monarchs, Princes, aristocracy and wealthy merchants.
His customers included King Charles II and Cosimo III, Grand Duke of Tuscany.
During Thomas Tompions career he created 5,500 watches and 650 clocks, making him England's most prominent ...
Antique Bracket Clocks are regarded as the epitome of English clock making
Bracket clocks are not only beautiful to look at but they also have the added bonus of beautifully engraved script on the back of the movement.
Antique Bracket clocks are spring-driven pendulum clocks, most often housed in a rectangular case with a carrying handle on top.
Although the earliest clocks were made in Holland, they reached the peak of their development in England.
The wall bracket on which bracket ...
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