• British Empire Globe antique terrestrial globe
    Early 20th Century Eight inch British Empire Globe Barclay, Curle and Co. Circular plinth with applied brass inscription
  • George III brass-mounted mahogany triple fusee striking and quarter chiming bracket clock John Scott, London  Circa 1760 A very handsome bracket clock with finely engraved backplate. The quarter striking is a very pretty 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.    
  • Ebonised striking bracket clock Georgian Bracket Clock Twin Fusee
    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
  • Regency_eight day_clock Antique_mohogany_striking_clock
    A Regency brass inlaid mahogany eight day striking bracket clock Fletcher, Richmond. Circa 1820 Single brass-fielded panel cantered by brass handle to the arch top, brass fishscale sound frets to the sides, with brass inlays to the inset front panel 7 inch diameter white painted dial signed by the maker, blued steel hands Twin fusee movement with anchor escapement, striking the hours on a bell and pendulum holdfast to the shaped backplate Fully overhauled and one year guarantee
  • Regency Antique Bracket Clock Regency mahogany striking bracket clock
    An antique Regency brass inlaid mahogany eight day striking bracket clock Fisher, New York. Circa 1820 With cast brass carrying handle to the arch top, brass fishscale sound frets to the sides, raised on brass bracket feet 6 inch diameter white painted dial signed by the maker, blued steel hands Twin fusee movement with anchor escapement, striking the hours on a bell Fully overhauled and one year guarantee
  • A stunning antique Regency miniature brass-inlaid ebonised timepiece bracket clock Dwerryhouse and Carter, Berkley Square, London Circa 1820 The small arch topped brass-lined case with brass inlay to the front and surmounted by cast brass carry handle, raised on squat ball feet White enamel dial with blued steel hands Single fusee movement signed by the maker on the backplate, fine brass rod pendulum Fully overhauled and one year guarantee
  • Regency mahogany and brass-mounted twin fusee striking bracket clock Thomas Strange, Kingston  Circa 1820 An attractive clock from a good Surrey clockmaker. With its close proximity to London this clock displays many fine features of a London-made timekeeper.    
  • Victorian brass timepiece skeleton clock Victorian brass timepiece skeleton clock
    A stunning Victorian brass eight day timepiece clock Thomas and John Ollivant, Manchester, Circa 1840 Features a finely pierced scroll frame held by six delicately turned movement pillars Single chain fusee with five crossings to the wheel work, four to the anchor Furthermore, the engraved and silvered chapter ring is signed by the makers Finally, the clock is set on original plinth with original glass dome Fully overhauled and guaranteed one year
  • William IV Brass Inlaid Mahogany Bracket Clock William IV mahogany small bracket clock
    A William IV Small Brass-Inlaid Mahogany Timepiece Bracket Clock in the Thomas Hope Style Circa 1830 Furthermore, fine brass inlay to the rich mahogany veneered Egyptian-style case and is raised on cast ball feet White enamel Roman dial with blued steel hand and single fusee movement with anchor escapement Fully overhauled and guaranteed one year
  • William IV Bracket Clock Antique Mahogany Small Bracket clock
    A William IV Mahogany striking bracket clock of small proportions William Strange, Kingston Circa 1830 The arch topped case with richly figured veneers, ripple moulded front panel, brass corncopia ring handles to the sides over fish scale sound frets and raised on flattened ball feet. White painted dial signed by the maker, blued steel cut moon hands The twin fusee movement with anchor escapement and striking the hours on a bell Fully overhauled and guaranteed one year