Brass lantern clock

1636

Brass lantern clock by Nicholas Snowe, 1636. Nicholas Snowe was originally from London but worked in Salisbury, which had a flourishing clock making industry. He was granted the freedom of the city in 1629 and allowed to practise his trade of 'Watchmaker, Dyall Maker and Clockmaker.' He lived in the parish of St Thomas.

 

 

 

 

 

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Of particular significance in the collection are the relics of the ancient guilds of Salisbury.

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