Thomas Cowham Regulator

Longcase Regulator clock, Thomas Cowham, Hull,  (Circa 1850)

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Item Number 002005


Thomas Cowham Regulator (Circa 1850)

   A small floor standing regulator Circa 1850, veneered in finest feathered mahogany, fully glazed front door, edged in ebony banding with the base ending on integral splayed feet.

   A fine carved leaf cresting under dial, which is an original, slightly crazed 11" (278mm) diameter, ivory enamel colour, signed "Thomas Cowham" 4 Engine St Hull.

   A quality engineered brass movement powered by a lead filled polished brass weight with four spoke pulley and driven by a 6" domed faced brass pendulum bob on a wooden rod.

   The above regulator longcase clock has been fully restored and carries a 12 month guarantee.

  • 11" Ivory, painted dial


  • Thomas Cowham, Name on Dial
    Thomas Cowham, Name on Dial
  • Thomas Cowham, Dial.
    Thomas Cowham, Dial.
  • Thomas Cowham, Leaf cresting.
    Thomas Cowham, Leaf cresting.
  • Thomas Cowham, Full size.
    Thomas Cowham, Full size.

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Below is an easy access Map of Hull, City of Kingston upon Hull, UK, where Thomas Cowham carried out his trade (Circa 1850).

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