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)
11″ by 7″ and 20″ tall
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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!
Superb fully working cased barograph attributed to the renowned makers Short & Mason Circa 1895
Gilded brass Late 19th century Eight day striking “Four Glass” table clock Circa 1890
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Good quality Late 19th Century drop-dial wall clock by Linford of Norwich Circa 1880-1890 with eight day fusee movement and mahogany case
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Thomas Dixon of Norwich Circa 1860: 19th Century circular wall clock with an eight day movement
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