Tavern clocks

My stock of tavern clocks following my purchase of a small collection of them is now dwindling, but I still have a number available - both lacquered and mahogany examples. There are only a few on the website, as they tend to be sold before I can get them photographed and entered up, so contact me direct if you don't see what you are after - just the thing might be nearly ready.


Future fairs


My most recent fair was in Harrogate a few weeks ago - the re - established Nortern Antiques Fair, held in the centre of the town at the conference centre. It was a great success, and I met up with some old friends - and made some new ones as well. I will not be able to do, as usual, the Antiques for Everyone Fair at the NEC in a week or two, but hope to be back there in the spring. So I will look forward to greeting new and old faces then.


Website launched

My website has been live about three years now, and I hope that all who have visited it find it clear and easy to follow - as well as containing interesting clocks. We are currently working on a modification to make it easier to read on a mobile phone or tablet. Anyone who has suggestions for making it better is asked to contact me with their ideas. I'm sure there is room for improvement!


New stock

I will now be uploading some new clocks, and I hope to add some more in the weeks to come.  Two Vulliamy wall clocks will be added, with a third still in restoration. In the bracket clock department there will be some nice small Regency additions, as well as an exquisite small bracket clock by W. Page of Great Portland Street, -  who described himself as 'London's West End clockmaker'.