An imposing 8-day striking movement with ting tang quarters, manufactured by Lenzkirch, the well-respected Black Forest German clockmaker.
The stepped base has solid brass cast feet, leading to brass inlaid reeded... Read More
A top quality chiming 8-day three train fusee movement bracket clock by Winterhalder & Hofmeier, the renowned German Black Forest clockmaker.
With an arched case, gilded handle, fretted side panelling and sitt... Read More
An exquisite 30-hour fruitwood continental bracket clock, circa 1740. The inverted bell-top case is topped by a hinged gilded carrying handle top.
The hinged break-arch front door and upper quadrant panels are fl... Read More
A silver mounted miniature grandfather clock with maker’s mark of “IP, London” with a tapering and ball finial, measuring only 38cms high.
The case is extravagantly embossed with silver repose decoration dep... Read More
A mahogany 8-day English Mantel clock striking on the gong by noted Astral & Empire Clock Company.
It has a fine arched case, brass handle and a veneered panelled front. A brass bezel with a 6-inch silver dial... Read More
A fine French mantel clock in the style of Louis XV, circa 1900.
The eight day striking movement is stamped VINCENTI & CIE, MEDAILLE D’ARGENT, with vertically mounted platform lever escapement. The circular ... Read More
A fine chiming three train bracket clock with the movement striking on eight rods by F.W. Elliott of London.
The arched brass dial is signed Nathan & Co, Birmingham, contained within a rounded arch stepped cas... Read More
A French ebonized mantel clock with glazed front revealing compensated pendulum.
With a round top encasing a 14-day dead beat movement with white enamel dial, black Roman numerals and blue steel hands. Centre has ... Read More
A fine French Baroque revival porcelain 8-day striking movement on bell, mid 19th Century.
With gilded highlights and a rich floral with grape design, manufactured by Honoré Pons (1807-2007), a talented and noted... Read More
A mahogany table clock in a candy case with Corinthian columns, glazed side panels and back, a tulip base with 5 finials surmounting the top.
With a silver dial, black Roman numerals and blue steel hands. With a q... Read More
An imposing case inlaid with malachite and gilding, circa 1890. With a French 14-day movement striking on the bell.
White enamelled recessed dial with black Roman numerals. The visible escapement displays the esca... Read More
A fine mid- to late-19th century French Empire piece, unsigned, with an 8-day movement and a white Roman numeral dial, the quality case is surmounted by a bust entitled L’Amitié (friendship) and with applied flaming t... Read More
A restored Austrian Fruitwood 8-day fusee bracket clock, with anchor escapement and striking beautifully on the bell.
The arched brass dial with silver chapter ring and silent-strike aperture in the upper arch has... Read More
A fine ebonised bracket 8-day ting tang clock by Winterhalder & Hofmeier, the renowned German Black Forest clockmaker.
The pretty case has an arched front door with spandrels at the top, cast brass side panels... Read More
An early 20th Century balloon clock with an ebonized case, light mahogany front inlaid with intricate boxed and satin wood.
A white enamelled dial, Arabic minute numerals and fleur-de-lys blue steel hands. An attr... Read More
A 1920’s clock by FW Elliott of London, made for the renowned Bath jewellers, Mallory & Co. This is a fine bracket clock, striking on eight rods with a gilt mesh background, with a caddy top. Fully refurbished and in fine worki... Read More
A fine Victorian oak two-train mantel clock, striking on a gong. The central 6″ silver square dial is signed by Thwaites & Reed, Clerkenwell (the family clockmaking dynasty that was founded in 1740) and is set within an architect... Read More
A fine two train compact mantel clock, the movement and silver-engraved dial plate, with a floral motif, are both signed by Henry Marc, Paris. The movement with outside counter wheel, striking on a bell, all within a stepped case surmoun... Read More
A magnificent mid-Victorian black slate mantel clock with striking inset malachite and intricate scallop decoration. This is a particularly high-quality example with original cast brass bezel and a thick 6mm heavy bevelled glass. The... Read More
An imposing and fine quality black slate, 8-day single fusee mantel clock, circa 1870. It has detailed leaf decoration, interspersed with depictions of Greek gods, surrounding both the base and beneath the dial. Notable lion heads on... Read More
An English walnut two-train bracket clock, circa 1880. The central 6″ silvered arched foliate engraved dial plate, signed Barraud & Lunds Limited, 14 Bishopsgate, London E.C., movement numbered 1338 to the centre. This is top... Read More
F.W. Elliott of London Dial Wall Clock, mahogany cased dial, all in original condition, 8-day single chain fusee, 2 repair tickets on back (17-11-1954), bezel blacked for wartime use with bevelled plate glass.
An exquisite late 19th century Rococo wall clock, with an 8-day quality French striking movement with plate wheel striking by Japy Frères & Co, multiple gold medal winners at the 1855 and 1867 Paris Exposition.
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Oak-cased Vienna Regulator with stepped top, glazed door and side panels, white enamelled dial, black Roman numerals, blue steel hands, signed by eminent clockmaker Benson of London.
8-day striking movement with b... Read More
Outstanding large (18” diameter) Dial General Post Office Wall Clock by F.W. Elliott of London. With an 8-day single fusee mechanism, mahogany cased dial with counter-balanced hands, full matching serial numbers. A rare find.
8” dial chain driven single fusee Dial Wall Clock in a mahogany case, signed Tyte of Sadler Street, Wells. B. Loomes in ’Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World’ lists Cornelius Tyte working in Wells, Somerset from 1861-87.
Third quarter 19th century Drop Dial Wall Clock, inlaid with mother of pearl and pewter stringing, convex dial and glass, 8-day single fusee with shouldered plates, by Richard Baker of Birmingham, who is recorded as working be... Read More
A very good quality mahogany Hood Wall Clock with an arched hood, pagoda top, reeded side and columns, glazed side panels, silver dial signed George William of Bristol.
The silver dial has black Roman numerals, fl... Read More
A very good quality modern brass and faux tortoiseshell carriage clock, with a Swiss alarm movement, circa 1960.
It has a gilded brass fret, a silver chapter ring with black Roman numerals and elegant black hands... Read More
A Mahogany case inlaid with satin wood and box wood decorations, depicting foliage with brass stringing.
A white enamel dial, black Arabic numerals and blue steel hands. With an 8-day French movement and replaceme... Read More
An 8-day French movement with lever escapement, circa 1930.
The Mahogany case with an unusual swivel action and houses the white enamelled dial surrounded by a brass bezel, black Roman numerals with blue steel han... Read More
An Italian marble Art Deco mantel clock with a fine French 8-day striking movement, circa 1920.
The marble was clearly carefully chosen for its array of beautifully shaded colours. Sporting a chrome hexagonal beze... Read More
A charming French 8-day gong striking movement carriage clock, stamped R & Co, MADE IN PARIS.
The cream enamelled dial has raised Arabic numerals and is marked Cecil Roy, 15 Sussex Place, South Kensington (19t... Read More
An excellent 8-day oak longcase with scalloped bottom panels and matching door, capped by a square hood with integral columns and gilt capitals.
The brass dial is surrounded by extensive foliage spandrels, with bl... Read More
An elegant longcase clock, circa 1765, with a classic mahogany case and detailed columns.
The square hood has gilt capitals and is topped by two swan necks intertwined with gilt rosettes and a lavish eagle finial.... Read More
An elegant longcase with a veneered flamed mahogany case with inlaid boxwood stringing and quartered reeded column to the barrel.
The scalloped arched hood door is capped by three finials. The white painted dial h... Read More
The 30-hour movement strikes the hour on a bell. A fine arched white dial displaying a number chapter ring, date aperture and a beautiful hand-painted bird and nest feature to the arch, by G. Hancock of Midsomer Norton. The flame m... Read More
A solid, heavy brass, small Lantern clock, circa 1900, made in the 17th Century style.
Comprising a traditional Lantern case, with bronze bell support culminating in a top finial, front and side detail... Read More
A top quality skeleton clock of small size, circa 1850, with an 8-day chain fusee movement and passing strike, making it perfect for the modern home. Although unsigned, it is of a very quality mechanical workmanship. Mounted on a rep... Read More
A very pretty and highly detailed enamel egg clock, with a 15 jewelled Lanco Swiss movement.
Primarily a blue background, white enamelled dial, with white and gold decoration depicting forget-me-nots and foliage. ... Read More