The dial of a clock made by Richard Wright of Witham, c. 1780. Described in Wiltshire Clocks online catalogue in 2003 as “a small oak-cased clock. The 10-inch square dial has a silvered chapter ring and dial centre. The thirty-hour movement is of birdcage type and strikes the hours on a bell. The overall height of the clock is 71 inches”. See also the post under “Clockmaking – Richard Wright “.
|Source||Succony, Paul, Wiltshire Clocks. Was referred to by Google in April 2003 as being on their website. It wasn't, so Paul emailed me two pages in .ppt format, and I took out the writing.|