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FS37: Three Day Fine Art Sale

Payne, London An English Boulle-cased Bracket Clock

Auction Lot FS37/1049

Payne, London an English boulle-cased bracket clock the eight-day duration, single-fusee timepiece movement having an anchor escapement and engraved to the backplate Payne, 163 New Bond Street, London, the white enamel and cast-brass dial having blue Roman numerals and outer Arabic five-minute numerals to the individual plaques with the centre signed Payne, 163 New Bond Street, London, and having blued-steel decorative hands, the waisted boulle case of red tortoiseshell inlaid with engraved brass along with two birds and two snails of inlaid mother-of-pearl, with applied ormolu mounts and surmounted by the figure of an eagle, height 55cm * Biography William Payne was a well-known maker in the Victorian period and is recorded as working at 163, New Bond Street, London from 1826 until 1851 and then as Payne & Co until at least 1875. He previously worked in various addresses in the West End of London from 1811.

Payne, London An English Boulle-cased Bracket Clock (FS37/1049) offered in our Three Day Fine Art Sale starting on 22nd January 2018 at our salerooms in Exeter, Devon.

Lot Description

Payne, London an English boulle-cased bracket clock the eight-day duration, single-fusee timepiece movement having an anchor escapement and engraved to the backplate Payne, 163 New Bond Street, London, the white enamel and cast-brass dial having blue Roman numerals and outer Arabic five-minute numerals to the individual plaques with the centre signed Payne, 163 New Bond Street, London, and having blued-steel decorative hands, the waisted boulle case of red tortoiseshell inlaid with engraved brass along with two birds and two snails of inlaid mother-of-pearl, with applied ormolu mounts and surmounted by the figure of an eagle, height 55cm * Biography William Payne was a well-known maker in the Victorian period and is recorded as working at 163, New Bond Street, London from 1826 until 1851 and then as Payne & Co until at least 1875. He previously worked in various addresses in the West End of London from 1811.

Price Realised

£1,600

Department

Works of Art & Clocks

Fine Art Category

Bracket Clocks

Sale Information

FS37: Three Day Fine Art Sale
Monday, 22nd January 2018
Tuesday, 23rd January 2018
Wednesday, 24th January 2018

Okehampton Street, Exeter

This lot will be sold after 12:30pm on Wednesday, 24th January 2018 as part of the Works of Art and Clocks section of the sale.

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Important Notes

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