Band A £500-£4,000 Band B £4000-10,000 Band C 10,000-15,000 Band D 15,000-25,000
We are very pleased to offer a small selection of clocks and objet d’art for sale across a wide price range. All are carefully restored, unless mentioned otherwise, and all come with a full guarantee as to authenticity and good working order.
An exceptionally fine mahogany wheel barometer displaying some unusual features.
A Large Gilt Brass Congreve Rolling Ball Clock, with a rolling plane, tapering Ionic columns with ball and spire finials.
A very rare 18th century mahogany stick barometer by this famous maker.
A late 19th Century black patinated and lacquered brass industrial mystery/novelty clock in the form of a steam hammer by André Romain Guilmet.
World War II Hamilton Model 21 Two Day Marine Chronometer in original mahogany case.
Said by some to be one of the finest production watches ever made.
Charming bell top bracket clock in the style of the mid eighteenth Century.
Geo III bracket clock by Johnson, Gray’s Inn Passage, London. Circa 1845.
ENGLISH REGENCY DOUBLE FUSEE BRACKET CLOCK by Jonathan Newton, London. Circa 1800 Classic break-arch mahogany bracket clock.
A superb Queen Anne spring-driven table clock by Richard Peckover, London.
An exceptionally charming and high quality tortoiseshell and silver miniature carriage clock standing 4″ high and dating from the turn of the century.
Here is an exceptionally nice English four glass library clock of small size by the highly respected maker Richard Widenham.
A fine and well figured George III ormolu mounted mahogany bracket clock of beautiful colour by John Taylor, London, circa 1780.