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Hexagonal Table Clock “Lorenc Baytelrok Lublin”

Hexagonale Tischuhr Lorenc Baytelrok Lublin

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Lublin/Poland, around 1750

signed on plate “Lorenc Baytelrok Lublin”
Wawrzyniec (engl. Lawrence) Beitelrock
Lublin/Poland, active in the mid of the 18th century
fire-gilt bronze (ormolu) and silver-plated, feed made of silver-plated metal, six glazed windows, front made of engraved and fire-gilt bronze (ormolu)
verge escapement with fusee, hour strike on bell
2 ¾ × 3 ½ in

Royal treasuries were known for uniting only the finest and most precious works of art. In the royal collection in the Warsaw Royal Palace there is a hexagonal table clock of the Lublin clockmaker Lorenc Beitelrock (Inv. No. ZKW-dep.FC/199). This suggests that this master had an excellent reputation for his outstanding clocks, especially his table clocks.

The hexagonal table clock of the renowned watchmaker shown here has a fire-gilt bronze case with silver-framed glazed windows, which allow insights into the movement. The dial with Roman and Arabic numerals is silver plated.
The movement is equipped with a verge escapement and fusee. The hour is struck on a bell. The signature „Lorenc Baytelrok Lublin“ is on the plate.

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