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A small rosewood bracket clock
c. 1840 London
Offered by Leigh Extence
Alexander Purvis is recorded as working in North Audley Street, Grosvenor Square, London from circa 1820, and most probably for a decade or so before. He was still known to be there in 1845, although also recorded at Cheapside from before 1828 until 1844, so it is possible he moved there and returned to Grosvenor Square at this time. At some point after this year he went into partnership with Bishop with them recorded at Grosvenor Square from circa 1851 until 1881. An Alexander Purves is recorded as being apprenticed to Robert Mason from the 12th of July 1802 in Edinburgh for the sum of £3 for five years, and it may be possible that this is the same maker.
|Height||12.00 inch||(30.48 cm)|