A rare automation longcase clock by James Large of Wymondham, Norfolk Circa 1805 in figured oak, the painted dial with “Old Father Time” rocking in the arch, eight day movement striking on a bell
6' 9″ tall
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Fine and interesting Late 18th Century eight day longcase clock by E Clark of Coningsby, Lincolnshire, the painted dial with a lion…although the artist had probably not seen such an exotic beast before!
One of the finest Victorian bracket clocks we have offered for sale…made at the Height of the Industrial Revolution when Britain’s Empire covered more than half the globe!
Late 19th Century table clock by “J. Pouilles, Carcassonne” mounted with a bronzed figure “L’Inspiration” after Francois Moreau with an eight day movement mounted in a rouge marble case and ormalu mounts
Squirrell of Stowmarket – Fine five dial wheel barometer Circa 1830
Superb “Boulle” work and gilt ormalu table clock by Pons of France Circa 1845, with eight day movement, chiming the Hours and halves on a sweet bell – SOLD
Sweet small proportioned bracket or “library” clock by Ebeneezer Fisher of Ellesmere dating to Circa 1840 with rosewood and mother-of-pearl inlaid case and eight day movement
English made eight day carriage clock with retail marks “St. James, London” Circa 1910 with an interesting brass case
Stylish Art Deco mahogany table clock Circa 1920 with eight day movement
An exceptional “Belle Epoque” Late 19th century gilt bronze table clock by Marti with eight day movement striking the Hours and halves on a melodious bell (affectionately referred to as the “After Eight” clock)
Aneroid marine barometer made originally to indicate barometric pressure onboard a small boat, pleasure craft or trawler Circa 1920’s (Retailed by Jn. Barker of Kensington)