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Unfortunately Mudges health deteriorated and by 1770 he had joined his brother in Devon where he continued his work on chronometers, leaving Dutton, to run their business in Fleet Street. The partnership is probably best remembered for the fine series of regulators they produced and this clock, with its classic simplicity but also obvious quality, is a reflection of this. Mudge died in 1794.
The 4" engraved and silvered dial with Roman numerals, is signed Dutton, Fleet Street. The simple timepiece movement employs a chain fusee with a conventional brass rodded pendulum.
The fine case is made of straight grain mahogany which has been covered with attractively figured veneers of the same wood.
Height 12.25" (31cm)
|Height||31.00 cm||(12.20 inches)|