158-Drop Dial Wall Clockby Clock Props
158-Drop Dial Wall Clock
A classic English “Drop Dial” fusee wall clock. It has a mahogany veneered case with exceptional carving surrounding the brass bezel and convex glass that protects the Roman numeral dial. Clocks in this condition and period are few and far between and considered collectors' items.
The mechanical eight day fusee movement has been overhauled and the case beautifully restored. Fully guaranteed.
Size: 70 cm high, 41 cm wide, 16 cm deep
186-English Clockmaker’s Regulatorby Clock Props
186-English Clockmaker's Regulator
A fine 19th Century Clockmaker's domestic regulator by Edward Blurton of Stourbridge near Birmingham. He is listed in Brian Loomes's “Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World”, volume 2, as working in the second half of the 19th Century. The clock mechanism unlike regular longcases or wall clock has a dead beat escapement and maintaining power for extreme accuracy needed by the clockmaker to regulate all the clocks he had in his workshop.
This would have been his own clock, in which he would have taken professional pride and as such these self-made clocks are scarce and sought after. The quality of the mahogany case is outstanding. The glass front and sides allow visibility of the brass weight, as it descends, and the swing of the pendulum with its extra large brass bob. Even the inside of the case uses choice veneers to match those on the outside.
The condition of the clock is exceptional denoting that it has been well cared for over its lifetime of 150 years and it is original in all material effects.
Size: Length 1.50 m, width at widest point 50 cm, depth 25 cm
232-Small Art Deco Clockby Clock Props
232-Small Art Deco Clock
This is a clock that is not a hundred percent original, as it was bought only as an empty case lacking its movement and dial.
We have found an appropriate 1930's old dial that complements the pattern of the case and fitted it with a glass and chrome bezel and a quartz movement.
It is a charming clock and will attract attention.
164-English Fusee Wall Clockby Clock Props
164-English Fusee Wall Clock
A superb example of an early Victorian Rosewood and brass inlayed fusee wall clock. The octagonal shape was far less used than the much easier round casing found on these traditional English wall clocks. Note the off-centre winding hole on the convex dial, which indicates that it was from the earlier period of fusee wall clocks. The name “Alex Smart, South Orderly Street, London” is no doubt the mark of the original owner or clockmaker.
The clock is original in all material respects and has been fully restored to a very high standard, so that the eight day mechanical movement is fully guaranteed.
Size: 43 cm diameter, 15 cm deep
160-Antique Clock Handsby Clock Props
160-Antique Clock Hands
These old clock hands are probably French. They are from the 19th Century and make an interesting wall feature now that we have mounted them on a circular wooden plaque acting as a hanger. Hands that were really 'handmade'.
They are purely for decoration.
238-Art Deco Wall Clockby Clock Props
238-Art Deco Wall Clock
This is an English Art Deco Clock, which originally had a wind up movement, but has been converted to quartz for perfect time keeping retaining the original pointed hands in keeping with the numerals.
The wooden dial has been repainted as part of its restoration.
Size: 33 cm x 26 cm x 5 cm
175-Octagonal French Tole Clockby Clock Props
175-Octagonal French Tole Clock
An elegant mid 19th Century French Tole (metal cased) wall clock with its original loop handle to which a ribbon with a bow at the top was often attached to give it a more dramatic appearance. The cushioned form of the case would have been hard to make and required delicate soldering to link the sides together.
The eight day movement attached to an almost perfect Enamel dial is of very high quality French manufacture.
These clocks were only to be found in elegant homes and apartments.
Size: 36 cm diameter, 50 cm high (including handle), 10 cm deep
228-Sunburst Clockby Clock Props
A particularly fine example of an Art Deco Sunburst Clock with its original eight day mechanical movement.
The tentacles that form the sunburst are made of wood and are in excellent condition.
The clock has required very little restoration other than to the movement, which has now been overhauled.
Size: 54 cm x 8 cm
Antique Tortoiseshell Mantel Clockby Mark Goodger
Antique Tortoiseshell Mantel Clock
Circa Date : 1910
Materials : Tortoiseshell
Country of Origin : United Kingdom
Size 23 cm H x 11 cm W x 8 cm D
Tortoiseshell and silver strung balloon shaped mantel clock standing on four silver bun feet, has eight day movement with white enamel convex dial with blued steel spade hands and Roman numeral hour chapters. The clock face is signed “Finnigans Ltd, Manchester” and is in good working order.
Important information below.
If you are purchasing Tortoiseshell or Ivory pieces and are outside the E.U. you must have a CITES certificate in order to import the item into your country. We can obtain these on your behalf at a cost of £50 and these can take up to 14 working days to arrive at our office . Due to the strict exporting rules of these pieces, they may also come with further shipping costs. Please ensure you contact us prior to purchase for a quote. Shipping Cost: United Kingdom £25 Europe £45 International £65
A Fine Antique Louis XVI Style Ormolu and Glass Mantel Clockby Judy Fox Antiques
A Fine Antique Louis XVI Style Ormolu and Glass Mantel Clock
Circa Date : 1880
Materials : Bronze
Country of Origin : France
Condition Report : Good
Size 38 cm H x 23 cm W x 14 cm D
The rectangular case mounted with glass panels on each side, the front with a central circular enamel dial decorated with floral swags, the ormolu contour with a beaded border, topped with a bow, raised on a stepped ormolu base with a relief panel to the front depicting cherubs.
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