William Webster, Exchange Alley, London c1730
An 8-day walnut longcase clock signed on a silvered plaque to the dial centre Wm Webster Exchange Alley London. The clock has a a lovely case with nicely figured walnut veneer.
The clock strikes the hours on a bell and has a strike/silent feature in the arch. The clock has a 5-pillar movement and anchor escapement.
Height 7' 4½".
William Lee, Leicester c1720
An early eighteenth century brass lantern clock signed on the engraved dial centre Wm Lee Leicester.
The 30-hour, rope driven movement has an anchor escapement, but originally had a verge escapement.
Plates 4, 5, 6 & 7 from Encyclopédie Méthodique, ou par ordre de Matières published in Paris in 1783
L'Horloge Horizontalle (Turret Clock)
A set of 4 good engravings of a turret clock.
Plate 4 (pictured here) shows a 3 train quarter striking weight driven pendulum clock, the other 3 plates show details of each train.
Modern frames and mounts.
Thomas Foden, Congleton c1765
A good provincial mahogany longcase clock which shows the phases of the moon. It is signed on the silvered chapter ring Foden, Congleton.
The mahogany and mahogany veneered case has decorative arcading and dentil moulding at the top of the trunk and above the dial, with 3 brass ball and eagle finials.
Height including finials, 7' 5".
John Thwaites, London c1800
A fine mahogany longcase regulator by John Thwaites. It is very small - a 10 inch wide dial and a case height of only 6' 4¼".
The movement is signed for John Thwaites of London and the serial number of 2460 dates this regulator to circa 1800.
Case height 6' 4¼".
Thwaites & Reed, London c1825
An 8-day mahogany longcase clock signed on the 12 inch painted dial Thwaites and Reed Clerkenwell London.
The case has excellent mahogany veneers and is a good example of the small elegant longcase clocks produced in Regency London.
Case height 7 2½" including finials.
John Roger Arnold, London c 1840
A good walnut bracket clock, with decorative carving, signed on the engraved and gilt dial Arnold 84 Strand. London No. 457.
The 8-day twin-fusee, 5-pillar movement, has an anchor escapement, strikes the hours on a bell and has a pull repeat feature.
Case height 12¼ inches.
John Smith, Coventry c1785
This is an attractive longcase clock by John Smith of Coventry.
The oak case has mahogany crossbanding and mahogany pillars with brass capitals.
The earlier painted dial clocks such as this are very attractive and this is a nice example.
Height: 7' 8½" including the finial.
Thomas Cole, London c1861
A large 8-day oval strut timepiece made by Thomas Cole, London and retailed by Hunt & Roskell, London.
The clock has an engraved and silvered dial measuring 6¾ x 5½ inches with the retailer's name Hunt & Roskell London in a cartouche below 6 o'clock.
Case height 10¼ inches.
Round Glass Dome
A round glass dome, probably made in the late Victorian era.
Height: 60.2 cm
Outside Diameter: 25.3 cm
Wall thickness: 1.5 - 2.0 mm
The dome is in good condition.
| Price: £150 |
| (Stock No.: C1173) |
Round Glass Dome
A round glass dome, probably manufactured in the late Victorian era.
Height: 56.5 cm
Outside Diameter: 23.7 cm
Wall thickness: 2 - 3 mm
The dome is in good condition but the bottom edge is a little rough and chipped.
| Price: £150 |
| (Stock No.: C1172) |