Thanks to G. Langton for this image of a Japanese styled clock, which is engraved Thomas Mortlock of Clare and is believed to date from around 1760.
Thanks to Mike of www.insolvencyexpert.com who kindly provided the pictures below. It looks like rather than being made by a Mortlock, this clock was made for the China retailers in Oxford Street, who are covered in the China section of this website and in the Mortlock Encyclopedia.
John Mortlock China retailers had premises in Oxford Street and at various times other streets near by. At the time time of this clock they were obviously also in Orchard Street.
Thanks to the National Trust for permission to use this image from Mompesson House, Wiltshire
© National Trust Images
8 day table clock with ebonised case and verge escapement by Samuel Mortlock, Clapham. mid18th century. Break arch dial with silvered chapter ring and strike/silent dial in the arch. Rack striking on a single bell. Chapter ring with Roman hour numerals, Arabic 5 minute numerals and a single circle minute track. Dial has the name “Samuel Mortlock, Clapham” engraved onto a curved cartouche fixed to the bottom half of the matted centre, small square calendar aperture, rococo spandrels, blued pierced steel hands. Backplate engraved with scrolls and flowers. Ebonised case with bell top, 4 pineapple finials, fretwork in door top corners, fretwork sound frets to each side, brass carrying handle, stepped base standing on flat feet.