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1671: Clockmakers Company

1708: Master of the Clockmakers Company

A very celebrated maker of watches and clocks,
Invented repeating work for watches about 1680,
Repeating watch submitted to James II for patent, (In competition with Edward Barlow)

Made several one-year 1ong case clocks: one in Hampton Court,

Devised a motion work enabling hour and minute hands to be set together.

Magnificent Boulle work 1ong case clock Hofburg, Vienna.

Fine astro. watch and repeating watch: British Museum.

Nos. of watches signed Quare are known from 233 to 4989. No. 4600 is about 1716.

Repeating watches had a separate series known from 109 to 857.

QUARE & HORSEMAN, London. 1718-33.

Partnership with Daniel QUARE, the style continuing after Quare's death until banktupt in 1733, when the business was prob.

taken over by PECKOVER.

Golden repeating. repoussé watch, set topazes and diamonds: Winter Palace, Petrograd.

The Nos. of watches signed QUARE & HORSEMAN are known from 4677 to 5503, and of repeaters from 843 to 1129.

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DANIEL QUARE (1649-1724)
An early Queen Anne period marquetry Longcase Clock by Daniel Quare
An early Queen Anne period marquetry Longcase Clock by Daniel Quare, the 12” square dial with silvered chapter ring, pierced brass crown & cherub...
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Martyn Cook Antiques (Pty Ltd)
DANIEL QUARE (1649-1724)
An important, early-18th century, table clock by Daniel Quare
The repousse, double basket top above a red-japanned oak case with canted corners, and replaced brass urn and flame finials and feet. The shallow ...
Lucy Johnson