• British Empire Globe antique terrestrial globe
    Early 20th Century Eight inch British Empire Globe Barclay, Curle and Co. Circular plinth with applied brass inscription
  • zenith wall clock art deco wall clock
    Art Deco solid mahogany convex 14 day timepiece wall clock Zenith. Circa 1930 Turned shield shaped case with applied brass Arabic chapters and Zenith signature plaque, gilded hands Single barrel 14 day duration movement with lever escapement and winding through the centre arbour 14 in. 36 cm. diameter Fully overhauled, one year guarantee
  • Chinoiserie-George-III-8-day-longcase-minature-Grandmother-Grandaugher-clock
  • Edwardian Maple & Company
  • 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 Price: £4,600
  • English 8 day timepiece brass ship / bulkhead clock Circa 1940 Heavy cast brass case with thick beveled glass and clear painted dial. This clock would make a wonderful addition to the kitchen, office or boys bedroom. Price: £625  
  • English mahogany longcase regulator
  • Victorian timepiece wall clock Antique Ebonised dial clock
    A handsome English ebonised eight day timepiece dial wall clock A and J Bell, Leeds, Circa 1900 The case with turned surround to spun brass bezel and dovetailed rear back box 10 inch diameter dial signed 'A&J Bell/Leeds', blued steel hands Single barrel movement with anchor escapement 13.5 inch (34cm) diameter 7 inch (17cm) deep Fully overhauled and one year guarantee
  • French empire ormulu clock Antique ormulu mantel clock
    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
  • French Louis XVI large ormolu-mounted marble striking mantle clock Circa 1760 Beautiful enamel dial with signs of the zodiac and outer concentric calendar. Price: £16,000  
  • A fine Empire style ormolu striking and repeating carriage clock. Retailed by Mappin and Webb, London. Circa 1900. The Empire case style was first introduced by Abraham Louis Breguet for the clock he made for Napoleon Bonaparte, the first true carriage clock. Although very late, this example is beautifully executed and a handsome example. Price: £4,800
  • A French striking and repeating carriage clock. Made by Joseph Saldano, Paris. Circa 1870. A beautifully made carriage clock, the exquisite engraving to the case is highly defined. Joseph Saldano was one of the finest carriage clock makers in the late 19th century and made platform escapements for the world renowned makers such as Dent, James McCabe and Drocourt. Joseph Soldano, Paris. Circa 1870 The richly engraved case with repeat button to the top Engine turned silver mask to the white enamel dial, blue steeled Breguet hands Twin barrels movement striking and repeating the hours on a fine blue steel gong Original silvered platform escapement stamped 'JS' (Joseph Soldano) Fully overhauled and one year guarantee  
  • A French eight day striking carriage clock Albert Klaftenberger, Paris, Circa 1870 Fully polished brass case with hinged carry handle to the top White Roman enamel dial with subsidiary alarm dial below, blued steel hands Twin barrels movement with original silvered platform lever escapement striking the hours and half hours on a blued steel gong Engraved signature to the right edge of the backplate Fully overhauled and 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
  • French rosewood striking mantel clock Retailed by Mappin and Webb, London. Circa 1900 A Regency style case in richly figured rosewood accentuated by the fine boxwood inlaid edge. Price: £1,900
  • French rosewood striking portico mantel clock Circa 1870 Handsome and richly figured case accentuated by fine brass inlay. Price: £1,850
  • 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. Price: £1,200
  • French ormolu-mounted Boulle inlaid green tortoiseshell striking mantle clock Circa 1880 Beautiful green tortoiseshell inlay set against the polished brass background and accentuated by the fine ormolu mounts. Price: £2,200
  • French oval brass four glass striking mantel clock Circa 1880 Heavy brass cast case with lovely bowed and beveled glass panels. Price: £1,950
  • French mahogany timepiece mantel clock Circa 1900 Features stunning shell inlay framed by boxwood stringing. Price: £520
  • French mahogany timepiece mantel clock Circa 1900 Elegant lancet shape with beautiful boxwood stringing and scrolling foliate inlay. Price: £520