Fusee gallery clock – finally on the wall but who made it?

This unnamed fusee clock was acquired from a friend this past summer and after a few months, I am finally able to hang it on the wall. Unfortunately, after having been involved in the extensive cleanup following the devastating hurricane Fiona here in Nova Scotia, there was little time for clock repair. But, now that … More Fusee gallery clock – finally on the wall but who made it?

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The fusee movement – just what is it exactly?

Fusee movements are rugged in construction, and their success rests with the fusee, a conical-shaped component (or more accurately a hyperboloid) that evenly regulates the power output of the spring. Most fusee movements had anchor escapements, though some had lever escapements or deadbeat escapements. Earlier fusee movements had decorative sculpted pillars and pins to hold the … More The fusee movement – just what is it exactly?

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Second gallery clock bought this year – this one has a fusee movement

Earlier this year I bid on an English-made Empire gallery clock at an online estate auction and won the bid. When I collected the clock I had hoped I had bought a clock with a fusee movement but it turned out to be one with a conventional spring-driven time-only movement. No matter, it was not … More Second gallery clock bought this year – this one has a fusee movement

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