Clocks

Clocks and timepieces are not only functional, they embody the sheer skill of craftmanship from lantern and long case clocks of the 17th Century, to the highly collectible 20th Century Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos clock. Andy has over 30 years experience in handling clocks and has a particular interest in Georgian bracket clocks Read more

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The November Sale including Mantiques: Thursday 12 November 2020

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Fieldings house clocks record – an 18th Century Yorkshire brass 8-day longcase clock sold for £8,000.

Andy’s most memorable find - a late 18th Century mahogany cased bracket clock by Durrant London, found 2 miles from the saleroom.

Andy's dream find – a Cartier rock crystal and gold ‘Mystery’ clock.

A Georgian ebonised fruitwood double fusee eight day quarter repeating bracket clock,dial marked Baddely, Albrighton, sold £6,200

An early 18th Century walnut and marquetry inlaid longcase clock by Robert Halsted (Halstead) London, sold £5,900

A singing bird box by Griesbaum No. 450, sold £3,300

A late 19th Century French four bevelled glass mantle clock by Japy Freres and Co N95347, champe leve' gilt brass case, sold £3,300

Archibald Knox - Liberty & Co - A Tudric pewter and enamel clock, sold £5,500

A MID 19th Century GILT BRASS REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK BARWISE LONDON, sold £2,600

An 18th Century and later figured walnut and feather banded longcase clock, Robert Hodgkin London, sold £3,000

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