A George III mahogany bow-fronted stick barometer

S/N:WGA420

  • £5,950.00
  • €6,511 Euro
  • $7,587 US Dollar

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A George III mahogany bow-fronted stick barometer

W.J. GRAVENER ANTIQUES
A George III mahogany and ivory mounted stick barometer by Peter Dolland, the top with a swan neck pediment with central Neoclassical urn finial, above a bow fronted glass section with silvered metal register plate, to contain a thermometer and vernier indicators for the barometer with mercury tube, signed Dolland London, the flame mahogany trunk with ivory adjustment knob, the base with ebonised urn form cistern cover flanked by canted corners, 1030mm high, 120mm wide and 70mm deep. Circa 1810.

Note: Peter Dolland, 1730-1820, was listed in the 1763 as Optician to his Majesty and the Duke of York and sole maker of refracting telescopes invented by the late Mr. John Dollond who obtained his Majesty's Royal letters Patent for the said invention.'

Dimensions: 

  • H: 103cm (40.55in)
  • W: 12cm (4.72in)
  • D: 7cm (2.76in)

Period: 

Circa 1810

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W.J. GRAVENER ANTIQUES

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W J Gravener Antiques is a family owned business, started in 1963 by William who was joined by son, Mark in 1981 and continues today with the same ethos of dealing in fine quality English and Continental furniture, mirrors and decorative objects from the 18th & 19th centuries. Now under the stewardship of Mark and his wife, Louise, we take pride in maintaining the high standards which William set more than 50 years ago.

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