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18th & 19th century clocks, longcase clocks, bracket clocks, barometers.
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Rolex ladies 29mm Yacht-Master
The Rolex Yacht-Master has a graduated rotatable bezel. The famous Oyster case houses a Perpetual automatic movement that has obtained the official...
Old English Clocks. F H Green. No.145.
A beautiful rare book, created within an artisanal milieu, in which those involved, believed stretched back to a purer time earlier than that of th...
Art Deco strut clock.
Solid verde antique marble dial mounted with a frosted silver-plated chapter ring. The highly stylised deco numerals are painted onto the chapter r...
Miniature silver Asprey's carriage clock. No. 2264
The movement is Swiss made with a 14 jewel club tooth lever escapement. Fabricated in argent dore, an alloy of silver with a content of gold; the ...
Child & Child enamel buckle circa 1900
The buckle is fabricated in silver and then gilded with an engine turned and light blue enamelled rim. Complete with the original leather bound box...
Negretti & Zambra aneroid barometer. London 16092.
The definition of aneroid is derived from Greek meaning without water but adopted in 19th French to embrace a broader definition of without liquid....
Cast bell. J Warner & Sons Ltd, London. 1892.
John Warner & Sons were a family business established in 1763 with a continuous history of over two centuries. Warners cast bells for churches and ...
Tunbridge Ware obelisk thermometer. Circa 1900.
The thermometer tube is spirit filled and placed on an engraved bone scale. The main obelisk centre is solid rosewood with the tesserae inlaid into...
Oval French carriage clock signed Drocourt, No. 9790.
12 jewel, ratchet-tooth lever balance escapement, the fine quality of which is evident in such features as the sharp, flat, high finish on the stee...
Ebony carriage clock case.
Carriage clocks, as their name suggests, were designed to be portable. Often they were supplied with a travelling case, which tended to consist of...
English fusee skeleton clock signed H Wehrle & Co 82 High St, Whitechapel.
Eight-day fusee movement with semi-deadbeat escapement. The escape wheel, the small wheel at the end and top of the train, is particularly fine and...
Biedermeier Vienna regulator.
Eight day, two-train weight driven movement that strikes the hours and a single blow on the half-hour on a light steel gong. A gilt cast brass beze...
Eight day fusee dial clock signed Paine Epping.
The convex dial retains the original painted background and is accompanied with nicely balanced pair of steel Breguet style hands. The dial is pro...
English marble fusee timepiece signed Payne 163 New Bond Street.
William Payne, a respected and recorded clock and watchmaker moved to 163 New Bond Street in 1825. Payne made some of the finest English carriage c...
12” convex dial clock, signed Ganthony; Cheapside, London.
Richard Ganthony made some fine quality clocks one of which is in the Fitzwilliam museum, Cambridge. He was also Master of the Worshipful Clockmake...