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If the numbers are engraved and waxed, and the dial copper or brass it is resilverable. However copper is also used as a substrate for plating, it...
I'm not disputing it, I just haven't got anything on it. However googling the name it comes up more in the US than the UK (though that might just...
I'm not sure it had a case originally as it has side doors on the movement, but the case is very attractive.
Is it really as early as you think? I was expecting something other than square pillars, though I have those on one Graham dated as 1720/30.
I have no records for a maker called Wurrington.
I wasn't sure if you had seen that, I saw the dial when I was there dropping off your Goddard so I asked if he had taken a pic.
Here is the back of the dial, a sign of quality is doing work to this standard where the customer will never see it.
Marriage clocks have a long tradition here, some makers seemed to specialise in it as niche marketing in the 18th century. Looks great.
I did wonder that. As it is specifically for clocks and watches perhaps various values are pre loaded.
I thought I had contributed to this thread but perhaps not. I know nothing about the guy but this one looks the same
Someone should sort that minute hand out.
I have a dial clock with a fancy cutout, you get all sorts.
I think you are being a bit unkind regarding the contributions so far.
We can go a bit further though. The principle hands appear to be a pair,...
There were two Warringtons in Philadelphia. Perhaps you could ask her to look at the dial and see if that is an a and what she thinks the other...