Richard C.R. Barder, The Georgian Bracket Clock 1714-1830, London, 1993, p.61, pl.II/43
Barder shows an automaton table clock by Stephen Rimbault with comparable fiddle-shaped dial. An ebonised table clock of very closely related design by Pinchbeck Senior (with different automaton scene) was sold Sotheby's New York, Masterpieces from the Time Museum, Part Four, Vol.I, 13 October 2004, lot 550.
Christopher Pinchbeck II (1710-1783) was the son of the clcokmaker and inventor Christopher Pinchbeck who invented 'Pinchbeck Gold'. Christopher II was clockmaker to the King and referred to himself as 'Senior'. He left his father's Fleet Street shop in 1738 and for a short time was in Edinburgh (1745). He was Free of the Clockmakers' Company 1781-1783. See Brian Loomes, Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World, London, 2006.