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8 Day Ships Bulkhead Clock

£250.00
~ 8 Day Ships Bulkhead Clock ~ The clock is housed in a brass case. The white enamel clock face

Bayard 8 Day Brass Migonette Carriage Clock

£175.00
~ Bayard 8 Day Brass Migonette Carriage Clock ~ A simple & elegant brass carriage clock by Bayard of France.

c1800 Fine Quality Parquetry Striking Bracket Clock

£4,950.00
~ c1800 Fine Quality Parquetry Striking Bracket Clock ~ This stunning parquetry inlay mahogany case has a curved top surmounted

c1820 Regency Twin Fusee Mahogany Bracket Clock – James Murray, Royal Exchange London

£6,250.00
~ c1820 Regency Twin Fusee Mahogany Bracket Clock – James Murray, Royal Exchange London ~ The high quality clock is

c1840 Mahogany Striking Double Fusee Bracket Clock By M. Ketterer Of Portsea

£4,450.00
~ Circa 1840 Mahogany Striking Double Fusee Bracket Clock By M. Ketterer Of Portsea ~ A lovely quality English mahogany

c1880 Striking French Ormolu And White Marble Mantle Clock

£750.00
~ c1880 Striking French Ormolu And White Marble Mantle Clock ~ A beautifully presented timepiece with a hand painted floral

c1927 Silver Mounted Desk Clock

£225.00
~ c1927 Silver Mounted Desk Clock ~ The clock is mounted in a sterling silver ring over a barley twist

c1930’s Smith 8 Day Ships Clock

£275.00
~ c1930’s Smith 8 Day Ships Clock ~ The clock is housed in a heavy brass and steel case. The

c1942 Chelsea Ships Bell Clock & Barometer Pair Retailed By Abercrombie & Fitch

£975.00
~ c1942 Chelsea Ships Bell Clock & Barometer Pair Retailed By Abercrombie & Fitch ~ A handsome pair of a

Cased Atmos Clock By Jaeger LeCoultre c1950’s

£1,850.00
~ Cased Atmos Clock By Jaeger LeCoultre c1950’s ~ A very stylish Swiss-made Atmos Clock by Jaeger LeCoultre complete with

Circa 1790 Fine 8 Day Welsh Longcase Clock By Evan Williams Of Neath

£6,750.00
~ Circa 1790 Fine 8 Day Welsh Longcase Clock by Evan Williams Of Neath ~ This is a fine quality

Circa 1850 Victorian Fusee Skeleton Clock British Colonial Hunting Club

£1,650.00
A fine example of a Victorian skeleton clock, dated to Circa 1850. The clock has a single chain fusee movement