Timothy Williamson of London

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Timothy Williamson is recorded as working in London from 1769 to 1788. He produced a silver pair cased musical watch with centre seconds for the Emperor of China and supplied a pair of agate flasks with watches for the Peiping Museum as well as four other clocks with automata. His masterpiece was a musical clock with an automaton figure which could write Chinese characters. This is in the Palace Museum, Peking., a highly skilled maker, produced a silver pair cased musical watch with centre seconds for the Emperor of China and supplied a pair of agate flasks with watches for the Peiping Museum as well as four other clocks with automata. His masterpiece was a musical clock with an automaton figure which could write Chinese characters. This is in the Palace Museum, Peking.

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TIMOTHY WILLIAMSON OF LONDON
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D216. Williamson London. A particularly good late 18th century mahogany bracket clock with enamelled dials playing one of four tunes at the hour e...
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