THOMAS MUDGE LONDON SILVER
Thomas Mudge, London, No. 552, circa 1778.
Fine silver pair-cased early center second with cylinder escapement.
OUTER: Two-body, polished, INNER: Two-body, "bassine" with deep back,
White enamel, radial Roman numerals, outer minute divisions with five-minute
Arabic markers. Blued steel "beetle and poker" hands.
38 mm. frosted gilt full-plate with square baluster pillars, fusee and chain,
cylinder escapement with brass escape wheel, steel balance with flat balance spring,
single-footed cock with diamond endstone, gilt brass dust cap.