Wednesday
Sep072016

3448 - Edwards London  c.1820

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Edwards London  c.1820

A very fine Regency bracket clock the round porcelain enamel dial signed ‘Edwards London’, sitting behind an elegantly chased brass mask, the movement signed ‘Edwards Shoreditch’ in a pagoda top ebonised case with delicate brass inlay, topped by a brass pineapple finial.

Stock No. 3448

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Tuesday
Jan192016

Richardson Selby c.1850  2878

Richardson  Selby  c.1850.

An elegant mid - 19th century fusee wall clock with a 12” diameter convex iron dial, the movement with passing strike on the hour on a bell,  with matching steel hands, in a mahogany case with turned dial surround and cast brass bezel.

Stock No. 2878

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Tuesday
Jan192016

Jagoe London. c. 1810  3438

 

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Jagoe London.c. 1810

A very elegant drop dial wall timepiece, with a 12” diameter silvered engraved brass dial with arabic and roman minute and hour numerals, the ‘A’ shaped fusee movement with anchor escapement fronted by matching heart shaped steel hands, in a one-piece mahogany case with two side doors and a full-width moulded base door. The short trunk has mahogany veneer that extends across the simple flat ‘ears’, and carries the concave moulded brass bezel.

Stock No. 3438

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Tuesday
Jan192016

Saml. Elford Stalbridge c.1785 3435

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Saml. Elford Stalbridge c.1785

An impressive tavern clock with a 29” diameter round black dial with gilt arabic and roman numerals, above a ‘banjo’ shaped case with chinoiserie decoration on a black background, signed by the maker at the throat. The shaped removable door is locked at the top, and there are decorative shaped ‘ears’  beneath the dial. The timepiece weight driven movement sits on a seatboard, and is faced by the original brass ‘pierced heart’ hands. The overall height is 59”.

Stock No. 3435

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Tuesday
Jan192016

J Thwaites, London. c.1809  3433

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J Thwaites, London. c.1809

A classic  Georgian wall timepiece of particularly high quality by this eminent maker, with a 12” diameter convex wooden dial, five pillar  fusee movement numbered 4405, with steel rod pendulum, faced by typical Thwaites ‘pierced arrow’ matching brass hands, in a mahogany case with raised beaded decoration to the trunk, elegant ‘ears’, and a concave moulded brass bezel with integral lock.

Stock No. 3433

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Tuesday
Jan192016

J. Thwaites for Jno. Burlingham, Lynn. c.1820  3418

J. Thwaites for Jno. Burlingham, Lynn.  c.1820

A Georgian wall dial timepiece, with a 14” diameter wood dial, and fusee movement by J. Thwaites numbered 6326, fronted by typical Thwaites ‘pierced arrow’ brass hands, in a mahogany case with a moulded ‘Georgian’ bezel with integral lock.

Stock No. 3418

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Tuesday
Jan192016

John Gartly Aberdeen. c.1785  3385

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John Gartly Aberdeen. c.1785

A fine rare Scottish tavern clock, with a 25” diameter wooden dial (28 ½” overall), the movement with a five wheel train, fronted by original pierced brass hands, in a case signed at the throat, with gilded decoration, and a print on the door showing a band of strolling players including a bagpiper. Total height - 57”

Stock No. 3385

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Monday
Jan182016

Wm. Critchley Liverpool. c.1816  3258

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Wm. Critchley Liverpool.  c.1816

A George III sedan chair timepiece, the 4” diameter convex porcelain enamel dial with arabic hour numerals, with a verge balance wheel movement signed and numbered 999, fronted by elegant brass ‘arrow’ hands, in a turned ebonised case with a brass moulded bezel.

Stock No: 3258

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Friday
Jun262015

Bray 165 Tottenham Court Road London c.1850 Stock No. 3397

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Bray 165 Tottenham Court Road London  c.1850

An attractive early Victorian wall timepiece of small size, the 9” convex dial elegantly signed ‘Bray, 165 Tottenham Court Road London’, the fusee movement faced by steel ‘pierced moon’ hands, in a mahogany case with turned dial surround, and cast brass bezel.

Stock No. 3397

William Thomas Bray is recorded working in Tottenham Court Road from 1839 - 1863

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Wednesday
Jun032015

Whitehurst Derby c.1840

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Whitehurst Derby c.1840

A rare and very original quarter striking hook and spike wall clock by this prestigious maker, the the 10” octagonal dial with the signature and perimeter ring marked in gold, fronting an unnumbered eight day three train movement striking the hours on one bell, and the quarters on two further bells. The short pendulum has ‘IWD’ cast into the bob, and the weights similarly marked ‘IW’.

Stock No. 3401

 

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