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  lantern clock made about 1710 by John Risbridger of Brentford, Middlesex
 

A handsome lantern clock with anchor escapement and long pendulum made about 1710 by John Risbridger of Brentford, Middlesex. He was born in 1682, the son of Dorking clockmaker William Risbridger and grandson of clockmaker John Aylward, whose Brentford business he inherited in 1707. He married in 1714 and worked at Brentford till his death in 1735. The clock is preserved in excellent condition and is the only lantern clock so far documented by him. See article.
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Clock made about 1660 by John Dennis of Maidstone  

This clock, made about 1660 by John Dennis of Maidstone with balance control and converted soon after to long pendulum, is by far the oldest surviving clock not only from Maidstone but from the entire county of Kent. It is the only clock known by John Dennis, a previously unrecorded member of the Dennis family of locksmiths, and the only clock known from that family. John was born in 1633, married in 1659 and died in 1672. Now cleaned and serviced. See article.
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