JAMES TREGENT
JAMES TREGENT
JAMES TREGENT
JAMES TREGENT

JAMES TREGENT

c. 1800 LONDON

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A fine late George III period tavern with flame mahogany veneers. The 20 inch convex wooden dial is signed by the maker and has gilt brass hands with pierced heart shaped tips. The 8-day 5-wheel train timepiece plated movement with original lead weight and brass bob pendulum.

Height: 45 ¼ in (115 cm)
Width: 22 in (56 cm)
Depth: 7 ½ in (19 cm)

* James Tregent was a celebrated maker who worked in London from 1781 to 1808 and established his workshop in Leicester Fields. As an accomplished maker, he was appointed Watchmaker to the Prince of Wales and examples of his work were included in the Wetherfield Collection, the Victoria & Albert museum and the Guildhall Museum.


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JAMES TREGENT LONDON.
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