Reference numberMOB/072
TitleRegency memorial clock
DescriptionA regency brass inlaid mahoganny chiming bracket clock, inscribed 'In Memoriam Paphaelis Meldolae…1916'. Created in memory of Raphael Meldola, previously belonged to the Meldola family.
Extent1 timepiece
NotesIt was restored in the past by Percy Webster, clock maker of 87 Great Portland Street, London, whose name appears inside the rear door
Access statusOpen
ProvenancePresented to the Society by Pusima Meldola in 1916 [NLB/54/105]
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6839Meldola; Raphael (1849 - 1915)1849 - 1915
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