James Tregent London c. 1800 stock number 3468

James Tregent London c.1800

A good small tavern clock by James Tregent, with a 22” white painted wood dial, the timepiece movement fronted by typical ‘pierced heart’ brass hands. The mahogany case has a fine flame veneer, a quarter round base with a door for pendulum regulation, and simple rounded ‘ears’. Total height - 47”

Price: £8,500
Stock No. 3468

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Edward Upjohn Exon c.1760 Stock No: 3451

Edward Upjohn Exon c.1760

A good shield dial tavern clock, the dial with a white centre, the trunk with a print to he door depicting a foppish gentlemen being entertained by two well dressed ladies. Total height  -  60”; width of dial 31”

Price: POA
Stock No: 3451

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S.Thorndike Ipswich c.1790 Stock No. 3441

S.Thorndike Ipswich c.1790

An elegant small tavern clock, with a 14” diameter dial, the 8 - day movement with pierced brass hands, in a top quality mahogany case with a chisel foot. Total height - 39”

Price: £8,000
Stock No. 3441

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Thos. (Thomas) Sutton, Maidstone. c.1795 3384

Thomas Sutton, Maidstone. c.1795

A good Kentish tavern clock of small size, the 8-day timepiece movement in a gilt chinoiserie case. This was almost certainly made for the coaching Inn ‘Ye Ancient Bell’ in Week Street, Maidstone, some few hundred yards from  Thomas Sutton’s workshop. Height: 44”

Price: POA
Stock No.3384

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John Gartly Aberdeen. c.1785  3385

John Gartly Aberdeen. c.1785

A fine rare Scottish tavern clock, with a 19 ½” diameter wooden dial, 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”

Price: P.O.A.
Stock No. 3385

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