L Heyman, Gendt, Flemish Bracket Clock from an English model, circa 1740. Movement with two fusees and gut-line [...]
George III ebonised striking balloon bracket clock signed Wright, London. Circa 1780. The case of waisted form [...]
Small Chinese Bracket Clock for the export market, first half of the 19th C. Twin-barrelled square movement, verge [...]
Bracket Clock of small size, with alarum and « En Passant » hourly strike, circa 1740
Bracket Clock with precision deadbeat escapement, signed Thomas Pratt, Canterbury, circa 1810. [...]
Bracket clock with precision visible deadbeat escapement, signed Parkinson & Frodsham, LONDON [...]
Small table "wedding" clock in ormolu and Vernis Martin, Louis XV-period, circa 1760 [...]
German Table Clock, signed Corn Lerb Regenspurg, circa 1740 . Three-train movement, on the left for the hour [...]
Stained Cherrywood Table Clock with alarm, Nicolas De Beefe à Malines, circa 1740. 8-inch dial with mask [...]
Small size English ebonised veneer Bracket Clock signed Grimalde & Johnson, Strand, London on the dial [...]
French Louis XIV inlaid and ebony Religieuse, signed Urbain Herquin à Paris on the dial and the movement. [...]
Exceptional quality late 17th C ormolu and turtleshell veneer French clock, signed Louis Ourry à Paris on the dial [...]
Very rare Liège table clock signed JF de Beefe Horloger de Lillu Cathed à Liège [...]
Dutch late 17th C. turtleshell inlay and ebony Religieuse, signed LEMAIRE on the dial and the movement.
A rare dated, late 18th century ebonised quarter chiming bracket clock signed Delamotte, 1778.
Ebony veneered English Bracket clock with large equation of time subsidiary dial in the arch, circa 1780.
Dutch ebonised wood half-hour striking repeating bracket clock, early 18th C. signed P Hilarion Amsterdam.
English giant ebonised wood hour striking musical repeating bracket clock, early 18th C. signed Thomas Gardner [...]
George III Period Bracket Clock with painted dial signed Yonge, Maker to His Majesty, 156 Strand.
Ebony-veneered Bracket Clock signed John Gerrard, London, circa 1770.
German brass repeating quarter striking Bracket Clock, circa 1760, signed Martin Pfaffenzeller, Erbach.
Georgian Period English Bracket clock, circa 1790, signed Barraud, London. Enamel dial.