An interesting late 17th Century English verge clockwatch in silver pair cases. Deep full plate fire gilt movement with unusual narrow engraved pillars. Fusee and chain with worm and wheel barrel setup between the plates, centre wheel raised to allow for the strike wheel and hammer. Pierced and engraved winged cock, pierced and engraved foot and additional steady foot. Plain steel balance, silver regulator disc. Five leaf pinions in both the going and striking trains. Hour striking on a bell in the case, pierced and engraved resting barrel, blue steel stopwork. Silver champleve dial, arcaded minute ring, Roman and Arabic numerals, gilt hands. Pierced and engraved pair cases, unusual pierced bow. Small silver button in the bezel at eight o'clock to allow the watch to repeat the last hour. Chased, engraved and pierced outer case, four busts around the central scene depicting King Edward IV meeting the tanner of Tamworth.