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Grand old white dials [article] : [clock dials] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the international magazine for horological collectors & restorers. - Vol.26, no.7 (Aug.), p.33-37; no.8 (Sep.), p.12-15; no.9 (Oct.), p.11-14.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2003Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

A 'new' clock by Samuel Ogden [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Horological journal. - Vol.144, no.11 (Nov.), p.392-396.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2002Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1 HOROLOGICAL] (1).

James Parson, any day [article] : London-made longcase clocks are normally much more highly praised and priced than clocks by the maker of the clocks shown here, but rural clocksmiths often showed an exceptional and highly interesting degree of individuality in their work / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.23, Issue 3 (Apr.), p.10-13.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2000Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

One thing in common [article] : two clocks by joshua Brown of Liverpool exhibit some interesting idiosyncracies / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.22, no.4 (16th Apr./13th May), p.19-23.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

John Dixon's masterpiece [article] / Brian Loomes looks at clock making in Yorkshire in the 18th century and suggests that John Dixon probably worked for Thomas Ogden of Halifax.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Horological journal. - Vol.141, no.7 (July), p.235-239.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1 HOROLOGICAL] (1).

Transfer-painted scenes on clock dials [article] / Brian Loomes looks at clock dial art and describes how some of it was done.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: The Horological journal. - Vol.140, no.2 (Feb.), p.53-55.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1998Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1 HOROLOGICAL] (1).

Repeating on the longcase [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - vol.20, no.1, p.20-23.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1997Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Husband of Hull [article] : [clockmaker] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.20, no.6 (13.June), p.13-15.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1997Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

A look at tavern clocks [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Horological journal. - Vol.139, no.7 (July), p.233-235.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1997Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1 HOROLOGICAL] (1).

A fascinating historical record [article] : a large number of interesting clocks were made by the 19th century clockmakers of the Upper Dales, an area where the longcase clock survived to a relatively late period / Briam Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.20, no.7 (Jul.), p.16-19.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1997Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

A coal-miner's clock? [article] : this highly unusual clock looks as if it might have been owned by someone who worked in the coal-mining industry ... / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the international magazine for horological collectors & restorers. - Vol.20, no.8 (Aug.), p.10-12.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1997Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The smallest Barber? [article] : a tiny longcase clock by Jonas Barber junior comes to light, the dial engraved with the initials `WG' ... / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.8 (Jan.), p.32-33.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1996Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The changing shape of the longcase clock [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Horological journal. - Vol.138, no.5 (May), p.151-154.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1996Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1 HOROLOGICAL] (1).

The first Nidderdale clocks [article] : photographs of the only known closk by Richard Snow allow an analysis to made of the development of the Snow family clocks over three decades / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.3 (Aug.), p.15-18.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

A fascinating artifact [article] : the earliest known clock made in Derbyshire features a dial which is highly unusual if not unique / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.6 (Nov.), p.26-28.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The Pallisers of Thirsk [article] : Brian Loomes re-examines an unusual dated longcase clock by a member of a family who made clocks in the north of England for almost 50 years / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.7 (Dec.), p.10-11.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The beauty of the break-arch [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.17, no.2 (July), p.31-33.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1994Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

From lantern to longcase [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Horological journal. - Vol.136, no.13 (July), p.442-444, 446.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1994Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1 HOROLOGICAL] (1).

Round dials explained [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.15, no.8 (Jan.), p.50-53 (1993).Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1993Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Sparkling spandrels [article] / Brian Loomes shows how spandrels of white dial longcases were sometimes given a vivid or irridescent colouring.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.15, no.12 (May), p.18-19 (1993).Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1993Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).