The Reproduction of Marquetry Mouldings

Richard Higgins

There is a small group of very fine late 17th-century bracket clocks by various important makers that used cases made by 1 or more closely linked Huguenot makers. Arguably they could have all come from the same workshop or indeed even from the same maker. They follow very much the form of case normally associated with standard 8-day ¼ repeating bracket clocks that were produced in very large numbers at that time. This article provides an insight into the craft of marquetry and shows the reproduction of a section of moulding. Click here to read this article.

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