When Thomas Stubbs joined the Clockmaker’s Company of London in 1685 he was recorded as a ‘Great Clockmaker’. This implied he made larger pieces such as turret clocks and certainly many of his surviving pieces today are long case clocks. Stubbs is considered a talented maker from Lancashire who trained under the noted John Lyon, but then moved to London where he worked at least until the start of the 18th Century. London cemented Stubbs' reputation and he was made keeper of St Paul’s clock. He died in 1738. At LoveAntiques we have excellent examples of antique clocks by Thomas Stubbs and his peers.