The Corrall family were famous Lutterworth clockmakers in the 18th and 19th centuries. E.J.Haswell was equally well-known in the 20th C.

CORRALL, FRANCIS- LUTTERWORTH

Watchmaking before 1755. Long-case clocks, working c. 1740-1760. Brass dial, LMC.

CORRALL, THOMAS- LUTTERWORTH

Clock and watch-making from before 1756 until 1795. Brass dial, LMC. 

CORRALL, WILLIAM- LUTTERWORTH

Mid eighteenth-century watch-maker

CORRALL, POWELL- LUTTERWORTH

Working 1777- 1795

DAVISON, J.-LUTTERWORTH

Long case clock c1815

HALLAM, EDWARD-LUTTERWORTH 

Clock and watch-maker.SLWC

HASWELL-LUTTERWORTH

A wall clock by him (c. 1840) has been recorded 

EXAMPLE OF SOME OF THE CLOCKS

 

Clock made by Francis Corrall of Lutterworth c. 1750.
10" x 10". Centre matted, with two engraved birds bearing sprays of

flowers.
Applied silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals separated by

fleurs-de-lys and quarter markings. Between VII and V Fras Corrall Lutterworth

Spandrels: bust of cherub, winged, and arabesque. 

Clock made by Thomas Corrall of Lutterworth c. 1750.
11" x 11". Centre engraved with floral spray and

Thomas Corrall LUTTERWORTH

Engraved Roman numerals separated by flowers and quarter markings, and outer minute band which executes a semicircle between each Arabic numeral.

Spandrels: engraved fruit and arabesque. 

Clock made by Thomas Corrall of Lutterworth c. 1790.
Centre: a flower. Semicircular hole of calendar dial.

T. Corrall LUTTERWORTH

Roman numerals and minutes in Arabic numerals, the intervals

indicated by dots. Spandrels: purplish flowers 

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