- A stylish antique French eight day striking carriage clock from L’Epee, Sainte Suxanne, France Circa 20th Century With fully glazed and polished brass corniche-style case, this clock has a pivoted carry handle to the top. The clock has a white Roman dial with outer Arabic minute track, blued steel Breguet hands and is signed by the maker. Twin gong barrels movement with gilt brass platform lever escapement and strike the hours and half hours on a rear mounted gong. Dimensions Height: 5 ¾ in. (14.5 cm., handle down Width: 3 ½ in. (9 cm.) Depth: 3 in. (8 cm.) Condition Report The clock is in excellent general condition. There are minor marks and light surface scratches but no major faults or marks. There is some light and minor tarnishing to the brass, but nothing too significant. The glazed panels are all complete with no chips or damages except for a very small chip to the lower edge of the left side panel however, this is very slight and does not distract from the overall appearance of the clock. The dial is bright and clean and in perfect condition with no visible faults. The clock movement has been fully cleaned and overhauled. It is working well, running and keeping time as it should. There is a pleasing tone to the hour and half hour gong strike. We expect a clock of this design to keep with +/- 6 minutes per week. Free shipping in UK.
- A French striking and repeating carriage clock The fully engraved and gilded corniche case with repeat button to top Twin barrels movement striking and repeating the hours on a blued steel gong Original silvered platform escapement Fully overhauled and one year guarantee Price: £3,600
- A wonderful antique French eight day striking and repeating carriage clock. Henri Jacot, Paris Circa 1880 The case is polished brass with a fully glazed corniche style case with pivoted carrying handle and hour strike repeat button to the top. A white enamel dial shows a twin track minute circle and comes with blued steel hands. The twin gong barrels movement with original silvered platform lever escapement strike the hours and half hours and repeat the hours on a rear-mounted gong. Dimensions Height: 6 in. (15 cm.) handle down Width: 3 ¾ in. (9.5 cm.) Depth: 3 ¼ in. (8 cm.) Condition The clock is in excellent condition with only minor marks and surface scratches consistent with the age of the clock. The brass is clean and bright and all glazed panels are complete with no visible damages. The enamel dial is in perfect condition and the hands have a good blued colour. The clock movement has been fully cleaned and overhauled. It runs and keeps time as it should. We expect a clock of this period and style to keep within +/- 6 minutes per week. One year guarantee. Free shipping in UK
- A handsome and stylish antique French brass striking four glass mantel clock. The visible Brocot escapement to the fine two piece white enamel dial is an attractive feature, as well as the twin sealed mercury jar pendulum. It has an attractive strike on the hour and half hour on a fine bell. The fully glazed case has the benefit of the owner being able to view the full workings of the clock movement. The maker is S. Marti and Co, a maker of good renown who was based in Montbéliard, Eastern France. Fully overhauled with one year guarantee.Maker:S. Marti and CoMade in:FranceMaterials:Polished brass and glassAge:Circa 1880Condition:Good general condition. Some age related marks and pitting to the case but nothing significant. The dial is perfect with only very minor age related hairline cracks. Movement is fully overhauled.Dimensions:Height: 11 3/4 inches (30cm)Width: 6 1⁄2 inches (16.5cm)Depth: 51/4 inches (14cm)
- A stunning Antique miniature tortoiseshell and silver timepiece carriage clock. White enamel Roman dial, blued steel hands and French movement with jewelled platform lever escapement. It was quite typical during this period for English silversmiths to use high quality French movements in their cases. The movement was made in France and it sits in an English-made case, which is hallmarked London. The rear door of the case is shaped with an integral handle. Hallmarked 1917 Fully overhauled with one year guarantee.Made in:The movement was made in France and the case is from England.Materials:Tortoiseshell, Silver and EnamelAge:Hallmarked 1917Condition:Very good condition with minor marks and scratches to the case. The movement has been fully overhauled and is guaranteed.Dimensions:Height: 3 1/4 inches (8cm) – Handle DownWidth: 2 inches (5cm)Depth: 1 5/8 inches (4cm)
- A stylish silver and guilloché enamel desk clock from the Art Deco era. The clock is silver (hallmarked 1929) and is in excellent condition. The clock has been fully overhauled and restored. Shipping is free within UK. We provide a full guarantee for one year; in the unlikely event your clock stops working we will take it back and repair it at no additional cost. Full details as follows:Made in:England (Birmingham)Materials:Silver and gillouche enamelAge:Hallmarked 1929Condition:Excellent. The case is bright and clean with only minor surface marks and tarnishing. Enamel complete with no visible damage. Dial bright and clean with no visible damage. Fully overhauled.Dimensions:Height: 3 inches (8 cm)Width: 4 1⁄4 inches (11 cm)Depth: 1 1/3 inches (3.5 cm)
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A handsome Art Deco solid mahogany convex 14 day timepiece wall clock which looks stunning on any wall.
The clock has a turned shield shaped case with applied brass Arabic chapters and Zenith signature plaque, as well as gilded hands.
With a single barrel 14 day duration movement, the clock has a lever escapement and winding through the centre arbour.The maker is Zenith, circa 1930 Fully overhauled with a one year guarantee.
- An Edwardian mahogany eight day quarter chiming miniature longcase clock The solid mahogany case with swan neck pediment and delicate boxwood inlay decorations Brass dial with mask and foliate spandrels to the engraved and silvered chapter ring, time regulation below convex cartouche inscribed 'Tempus Fugit' (latin for Time Flies) Triple barrels movement striking the quarters on a nest of blued steel gongs and the hours on further gongMade in:EnglandMaterials:Mahogany and BrassAge:Circa 1910Condition:Good condition, some nicks and age related shallow dents to the case. Minor tarnishing to the silver case. Dial in excellent condition with no visible damages. The movement has been fully overhauled and is guaranteed.Dimensions:Height: 2 7/8 inches (7.5cm) – Handle DownWidth: 1 7/8 inches (4.5cm)Depth: 1 1/2 inches (4cm)
- A fine Edwardian mahogany and marquetry-inlaid striking mantel clock. John Walker, Regent Street, London. Circa 1900 Brass pillars flank the case, which has fine marquetry inlay featuring shells, flora and forma decoration centred by a female mask and cast brass finals to all angles Furthermore, the engraved and silvered Roman dial is signed by the original retailer, with blued steel hands The clock features a twin barrels movement with anchor escapement striking the hours and half hours on a gong Fully overhauled with one year guarantee
- A stunning English rosewood timepiece library clock.
- A delightful English silver-mounted leather desk clock with full calendar and rolling moon. This stunning clock would look wonderful on a desk, bedside table or mantelpiece. Circa 1900 The single barrel Swiss movement has a fully jewelled lever escapement. The leather case has a solid silver surround and solid silver monogram above a supported rear hinged strut. The inner case of nickel with adjustment push pieces for the calendar and surmounted by hanging bow and knurled winding crown. The white enamel dial has subsidiaries for month, date and days of the week, the subsidiary seconds with inset rolling moon phase indication. Dimensions: Length: 6 1/3” (16 cm.) Width: 5 1/2” (14 cm.) Depth 1 1/2” (4 cm.) This clock is in very good condition with only minor marks and some wear to the leather as can be expected of a clock of this period. The inner green lining has a rich colour some minor wear to the rear and a small rubbed and lacking patch to the front where the winding crown sits. The clock has been fully serviced and is running well and keeps good time. The date functions work well and as they should. We expect a clock of this period to keep within +/- 6 minutes per day and will require winding and setting twice a week. Serviced and guaranteed for one year.
- An elegant French Empire ormolu eight day striking figural mantel clock Meunier, Juene. Circa 1820 The case is surmounted by a seated lady reading a book The white enamel dial is signed 'Meunier Juene' The clock has twin barrels movement with anchor escapement and countwheel strike on bell 15 inches (38 cm) high 8 inches (20cm) wide Fully overhauled, one year guarantee
- Antique French Empire Striking Ormolu Mantel Clock Circa 1820 A fascinating clock in the form of a library bookcase, with two children sitting at each side. Raised on a plinth on ormolu feet, the Roman dial is cast ormolu with blued steel Breguet hands. The clock has a twin barrels movement with silk suspensions anchor escapement, striking the hours and half hours on a bell. Fully overhauled. The clock is guaranteed for one year.
- Antique French Empire Ormolu Striking Figural Mantel Clock Circa 1820 The case has attributes of love cast in relief and flanked by a figure of a crusader in full armour gazing at a portrait of his love. The Roman dial is white enamel with Breguet hands. Twin barrels movement striking the hours and half hours on a bell. Fully overhauled and guaranteed one year.
- This handsome French Empire style striking mantel clock is ormolu mounted with enamel dial. It strikes hours and half hours on a bell and runs for 8 days. The mahogany has a wonderful warm colour and figuring to the vaneers. Circa 1880, it was created in the original Empire style. The fascination in Egyptology accounts for the bronze sphinx. The inclusion of sphinxes on furniture throughout the 1800's were popular with the French gentry as they celebrated Napoleon’s conquest of Egypt. Exceptional condition, fully overhauled with one year guarantee.
- A beautiful French Empire miniature ormolu timepiece mantel clock featuring a cherub with bow and arrow. Featuring an eight day going barrel movement with anchor escapement to silk-suspended pendulum. Height: 8 1/2"; Width: 8" (20 cm); Depth: 3 1/4" (8 cm) Original gilding and in excellent condition with only light marks and fine surface scratches.
- A beautiful antique French brass and champlevé enamel-mounted eight day striking and repeating carriage clock, with a beautiful swan cast handle. The carriage clock has a stylish and unique Arabic dial with radial engine turned centre and exquisite blued steel hands. The clock was originally retailed by Sharman and Neill Ltd, Jewellers and Diamond Merchants based on Royal Avenue, Belfast. This inscription is on the dial. Fully overhauled and one year guarantee.Made in:FranceMaterials:Gilt brass, enamel and glassAge:Circa 1910Condition:Excellent condition, minor tarnishing to the original dial. The movement has been fully overhauled.Dimensions:Height: 7 1/2 inches (19cm) - Handle DownWidth: 4 inches (10cm)Depth: 3 1/2 inches (9cm)
- A magnificent French antique clock in the style of The Eiffel Tower. It was produced in the late 19th Century as a souvenir to celebrate the building of this iconic French landmark. The clock is in a bronze case on a rouge griotte marble base, raised on triangular moulded gilt brass feet. It has a white enamel dial with pierced gilt brass hands and a single barrel movement with anchor escapement. The clock has been fully overhauled and restored. Shipping is free within UK. We provide a full guarantee for one year; in the unlikely event your clock stops working we will take it back and repair it at no additional cost. Full details as follows:Made in:FranceMaterials:Gilt bronze and marble; white enamel dial.Age:Circa 1880Condition:Excellent. Light tarnishing and fine surface scratches to the case. Dial bright and clean with minor chips around the winding hole. Fully overhauled.Dimensions:Height: 26 inches (66 cm)Width: 12 1⁄2 inches (32 cm)Depth: 12 1⁄2 inches (32 cm)
- French Louis XVI-Style Ormolu Striking Mantel Clock A beautiful clock with a cast rococo case with floral mounts, surmounted by putti holding a sundial. The dial is white enamel with royal blue chapters and ormolu hands. Twin barrels movement with anchor escapement, striking the hours and half hours on a bell. Fully overhauled and guaranteed for one year
- A beautifully intricate French Miniature Champlevé Enamel Timepiece Mantel Clock. In Louis XVI Rococo style, it was made in the late 19th Century. The Louis XVI style remained popular with the French and it was revived many times over the generations. Good condition, fully overhauled with one year guarantee.
- A very attractive French Petit sonnerie striking and repeating carriage clock. From Le Roy et Fils, Palais Royale, Paris, the clock is signed ‘LeRoy & Fils 13 & 15 Palis Royal Paris’ 10982. Circa 1880 The substantially made and fully glazed case with attractive ripple mouldings, the upper and lower sections repeat button to the top and strike/silent lever to the base. With a beautiful frost gilt mask to the white enamel Roman dial and subsidiary alarm dial below blued steel Breguet hands, the twin barrels movement has an original silvered platform lever escapement striking the hours and repeating the hours and quarters on two blued steel gongs. The backplate signed ‘LeRoy & Fils 13 & 15 Palis Royal Paris’ 10982 This is a very attractive quarter striking carriage clock. The case retains its original gilding and has only minor marks and light rubbing to the edges. The dial is perfect with no faults or damages. The movement has been fully serviced and strikes and repeats as it should. There is a good rich tone to the gongs. We expect a clock of this style and period to keep within +/- 6 minutes per week. Fully serviced and one year guarantee. Free delivery within UK, for delivery outside UK please contact us for a shipping quote.Maker:LeRoy & Fils, 13 & 15 Palis Royal Paris 10982Model:Petit Sonnerie Carriage ClockMade in:
FranceMaterials:Gilt brass and glass, enamel dialAge:Circa 1880Condition:Excellent. With original gilding to the case, with minor marks and blemishes in accordance with age. White enamel dial is clean and bright with no signs of damages. Fully overhauled.Dimensions:Height: 6 1⁄2 inches (16.5cm) - Handle downWidth: 4 inches (10cm)Depth: 3 1/2 inches (9cm)
- French rosewood striking mantel clock Circa 1900 A Regency style case in richly figured rosewood accentuated by the fine boxwood inlaid edge.
- Miniature French timepiece carriage clock in English silver case, hallmarked London. The clock is delightful and would look wonderful adorning a desk. The movement was made in France and the case is from England. It was quite typical during this period for English silversmiths to use high quality French movements in their cases.The images don't really do the clock justice, the clock has a beautiful smooth finish and solid weight. Although it's miniature, it's no less noticeable and it has a good presence.Made in:The movement was made in France and the case is from England.Materials:Silver and EnamelAge:Hallmarked 1907Condition:Good condition, some nicks and age related shallow dents to the case. Minor tarnishing to the silver case. Dial in excellent condition with no visible damages. The movement has been fully overhauled and is guaranteed.Dimensions:Height: 2 7/8 inches (7.5cm) – Handle DownWidth: 1 7/8 inches (4.5cm)Depth: 1 1/2 inches (4cm)
- A George III brass mounted mahogany triple fusee striking and quarter chiming bracket clock. Thomas Wagstaff, London Circa 1760 A handsome quarter chiming clock of slightly smaller proportions. Wagstaff is an interesting maker and the use of choice veneers and fine workmanship shows his care and attention to detail.