ARCHIBALD JOHN CURRIE. A fine English Dial Timepiece with verge escapement. (London, )

ARCHIBALD JOHN CURRIE. A fine English Dial Timepiece with verge escapement.
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ARCHIBALD JOHN CURRIE. A fine English Dial Timepiece with verge escapement.

OriginLondon
DateCirca 1810 to 1820
A fine English Dial Timepiece with verge escapement. The small mahogany case, of single saltbox style, with access doors to the base and right hand side and with very well moulded dial surround. The latter is permanently fixed to the box as is usual when the movement has a verge escapement.

The 10 inch engraved and silvered dial with a fine “weathered” finish, signed as above and with finely tapering spade shaped steel hands, is written with Roman numerals with Arabic five minutes in the slender outer circle. The cast brass, concave section bezel has its original locking hook. The 8-day fusee verge movement has 4 pillars and tapered A-shaped plates.

Height: 14 in (35.5 cm)
Overall Diameter: 12 ¾ in (32.5 cm)

* Archibald John Currie is listed on page 189 of Brian Loomes’ Clockmakers of the World: 21st Century Edition. He was working in Great Turnstyle, Holborn between 1810 and 1820.

HW5578

Signed / Inscribed

Archd, Jn°, Currie LONDON.