- English antique 18 carat gold pocket watch Retailed by R. Sasbury & Sons, Guildford Hallmarked 1918 The watch is white enamel with blued steel hands. A frost gilt movement with lever escapement. Fully overhauled with one year guarantee
- 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 beautiful antique French Striking Repeating Carriage Clock which would look stunning on any mantelpiece or desk. With a silvered tri-coloured case (silvered, gilt and copper) the clock has a cream enamel Roman dial with individual white cartoushes set against a black chaptering. Blued steel hands, and striking and repeating on a gong. Circa late 19th Century. Excellent condition. Fully overhauled with one year guarantee.
- A delightful sub-miniature shagreen timepiece carriage clock. Frost gilt Arabic dial, signed by the retailer. With blued steel hands and frost gilt Swiss movement with fully jewelled lever escapement. Retailed by Tonnel, Paris Circa 1900 Good condition with minor marks and scratches to the case. Fully overhauled with one year guarantee.
- Early 20th Century Eight inch British Empire Globe Barclay, Curle and Co. Circular plinth with applied brass inscription
- A handsome antique Victorian single fusee dial clock. The case has a turned mahogany surround to brass bezel and dovetailed back box. Made specifically for Eames and Bywaters in Lewisham, the clock has a 12″ painted signed dial and has a substantial single fusee movement with anchorite escapement. Fully overhauled with a one year guarantee. Circa 1890
- A handsome antique Victorian single fusee dial clock. The case has a turned mahogany surround to brass bezel and dovetailed back box. Made by John Harper, Goswell Street the clock has a signed dial with a substantial single fusee movement with anchorite escapement. Fully overhauled with a one year guarantee. Circa 1890
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
- A pre-owned Breitling Sprint steel mens wristwatch. Circa 1970's. Stainless steel case, original condition. Fully overhauled with one year guarantee.
- An Edwardian mahogany eight day quarter chiming miniature longcase clock Circa 1910 The solid mahogany case with swan neck pediment and delicate boxwood inlay decorations Brass sail with mask and foliate spandrels to the engraved and silvered chapter ring, time regulation below convex cartouche inscribed 'Tempus Fugit' Triple barrels movement striking the quarters on a nest of blued steel gongs and the hours on further gong Fully overhauled and one year guarantee
- 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
- Antique French Empire Striking Mantel Clock, Marble and Ormolu Circa 1820 A fascinating clock in the form of a library bookcase, raised on a marble 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, 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 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.
- 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.
- French rosewood striking mantel clock Circa 1900 A Regency style case in richly figured rosewood accentuated by the fine boxwood inlaid edge.
- French rosewood striking portico mantel clock Circa 1870 Handsome and richly figured case accentuated by fine brass inlay.
- French brass striking four glass mantel clock Circa 1880 The visible Brocot escapement to the fine two piece white enamel dial is an attractive feature.
- 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.
- A stunning antique George III ebonised eight day striking bracket clock with enamel dial and verge escapement Circa 1760 The brass mounted bell-top case with brass fitted doors and raised on cast brass squat feet Full white enamel Roman dial with outer-concentric calendar, fine blued steel hands Twin fusee movement with verge escapement striking and repeating the hours on a bell Fully overhauled and one year guarantee
- A stunning, unusual clock manufactured by Jaeger LeCoultre in Switzerland. The 8 day desk clock with brass dial sits in a hand stitched leather case. Although not signed, these clocks are traditionally attributed as a collaboration between Hermés and Jaeger LeCoultre. Circa 1960 Excellent condition, fully overhauled with one year guarantee