Clock Makers: V

V.  English & European Clock Makers


Vale,   Samuel. Coventry 1747

Vale, William.   London. 1781.

Vale, Carr & Rotherham. Coventry.    1747-80.

Valentine, Charles Frederick Danvers. London. Clock-makers’ Company. 1811-29. St. James Walk, Clerkenwell.

Vallier, Jean. Lyons. Seventeenth century. Maker of watches.

Vallier, N. 1600. On a brass clock in British Museum.

Vanbroff, James. 1610. Maker of a watch engraved with scriptural subjects.

Van Ceulen, P. Hague. 1750. Maker of silver double-case watch.

Vander Nahl, J. Amsterdam. 1750

Vanferment, P. London. 1760.

Van Gheele, Ghylus. 1589. Amsterdam. Maker of an oval gilt-metal watch.

Van Leuwen, Simion. Amsterdam.    1630-49.

Van Pilcom, Daniel. Amsterdam. 1640. Maker of a tulip-shaped watch.

Van Overklift, H., William Loon a Dordrecht.   1720.

Vasler, Andrew. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1717.

Vauche,   Paris.     1790.  Maker of enamelled watches.

Vaughan, Edward. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1715.

Vauguion, Daniel. London. 1760. Pall Mall. Maker of a gold pair-case watch with an engraved gold dial.

Vantrollier, James. London. 1630-50. Charter member of Clockmakers’ Company.

Van Wagening, B. London. 1750.

Vecue, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1632.

Verbies, Ferdinando.   1680.

Vermeilen, A. Amsterdam. 1650-1700.

Vernes a Paris. About 1790. Maker of a fine enamel gold watch encircled by pearls.

Vernon, Samuel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1649-85.

Vernon, Samuel. London. 1656. Clockmakers’ Company. Warden 1678.    Master 1679.

Vernon, Samuel, 2. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1685.

Vibert, J. P. Penzance. 1780. Maker of silver case watch.

Vick, Henry de. Paris. 1364. Made a clock for Charles V. of France. It was on the bell of this clock that the signal was given for the massacre of St. Bartholomew.

Vick, Richard.   London. 1702. Clockmakers’ Company. Warden 1726, 27, 28. Master 1729.

Viell, Charles. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1685.

Viet, Claude. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1698-1715. His daughter was bound to him as apprentice for seven years.

Viet, C. & M.    London. 1698-1715

Viet, M.   London.    1720.

Vigne, James. London. Clockmakers’ Company.    1781.

Vincen, William. Portsmouth. 1750.

Vincent, Peter. London. About 1750. Maker of a gold repeating watch with outer case repousse, with inserted panels of agate. Chatelaine very elaborate, with polished agates. In the original morocco case. (In the Robert Hoe collection, New York, 1911.)

Vincenti, N.    Paris.    1817.

Viner, Charles Edward. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1780-1840. Old Bond Street.

Vines, James. London. Clockmakers’  Company.    1708.

Viother,   Jacques. 1610

Virgoe, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company  1682.

Visbach, Pieter. Haag About 1700.  Maker of  a  Dutch  marquetry clock. The dial is mounted on blue velvet, the numerals in gilt bronze.

Volant, Ely.    London.    1632.

“Volcker, Joannes, McF. Gandau.” Long-case, mahogany clock, with chimes. Chased and engraved dial, eight chime tunes, on eighteen bells; 10 ft. high.

Voorhelm,   Haarlem. 1725-50.

Vossiere, Thomas. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1698.

Voughan, Edward. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1715.

Vouloire, Matthew. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1692.

Voyce, Gamaliel. London. Clockmakers’ Company. 1694.

Vuicar, J. B. à Zug. Seventeenth century. Maker of watches.

Vulliamy, Benjamin Lewis. London. Clockmakers’ Company 1809. Warden 1815, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 43, 46. Master 1821, 23, 25, 27, 47. Five times master; presented with a piece of plate, 1849. Died 1854. Was the first clock-maker in England to use a two-seconds pendulum.

Vulliamy, Justin. London. 1730. Father of Justin Theodore.

Vulliamy,   Justin   Theodore. London.  Warden 1820, 21, 22, 23.

Vulliamy, Benjamin. London. Made Honorary Freeman of Clockmakers’ Company 1781. Father of Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy.