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    Clock - "Time & Tide Wait For No Man", 1895-1896, Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857-1941)

    • sydney m

      Charles Voysey clock design named "Time & Tide Wait For No Man", dated in 1895. Seen as Arts and Crafts style, incorporating roman numerals on the face. By 1901 he exchanged the numerals for the latin phrase Tempus fugit, meaning "time flies"... an interesting reminder of the clocks function.

    • Jackie Joy Properties

      Clock - "Time & Tide Wait For No Man", 1895-1896, Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (1857-1941). This is in the room I'm sleeping in tonight. #artsandcraftmanhistory #artsandcrafts

    • Johnna Shapiro

      Adorable Craftsman style clock, 1895-1896, Charles Francis Annesley Voysey. English, (1857-1941)

    • Norma Crain

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    • Janet Thornley

      Ch 17 English Arts and Crafts: a Charles Voysey mantel clock

    • Hillary Keene

      Chapter 17 - Eng. Arts and Crafts - Voysey Clock

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    • P. R. T.

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    • Cynthia RunsWithScissors

      great antique clock

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