At the moment I am working on my Dent London, "East Anglian Tavern clock" . The movement is made at the highest standards but the pivot of the escapement came too high up in the plates They soldered the bearing higher up. Could this be a small fault by the clockmaker, or is this made this way for some reason? I thought Dent was a very large manufacturer who made thousends of movements, I can hardly believe this was a small failure in construction?? The movement has no name nor number stamped on it.