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Parkinson & Bouts

Information about clockmakers Parkinson & Bouts

Parkinson & Bouts was a clock-making partnership between Parkinson and David Bouts, who are recorded as working at 59 Gracechurch Street in London from circa 1851 until the death of Bouts in 1883, aged sixty-one.

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Lot FS14/810

Lot FS14/810: Parkinson & Bouts, A William IV Mahogany Lyre-shaped Clock

Parkinson & Bouts, a William IV mahogany lyre-shaped clock with a double fusee, five pillar movement striking the hours on a bell, the seven-inch round painted dial having black Roman numerals, blued steel hands and signed 'Parkinson & Bouts, London', the mahogany lyre shaped case having applied carved foliate decoration, complete with matching bracket, height: 41cm.

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,200
Realised: £980