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Nicely proportioned, 19th Century mahogany Stick Barometer; the arched top with engraved, silvered brass register plate, signed by the maker, and bearing manually adjustable vernier. The slender, finely patinated trunk, edge-moulded, with exposed barometer tube terminating in hemispherical cistern cover.
Worthington was initially in partnership with James Allan, [both former apprentices of the world renowned Jesse Ramsden business], having acquired the still thriving firm from Matthew Berge in 1819. The partnership prospered until 1835, and thereafter continued under Worthington’s sole control until 1851.