Clocks For Sale

 

Fine late 18th.c. brass faced 8 day longcase clock by Watkin Owen (1755-1809) of Llanrwst, Wales’ most celebrated clock maker. 

Handsome Conwy Valley oak case with  a well proportioned hood. As well as being engraved ‘Watkin Owen Llanrwst’ 

The Owen family of Llanrwst, a small market town in the Conway valley, are probably the most prolific and best known family of 18th century clockmakers in Wales. 


£2,150

William Bower  of  Chesterfield


Lovely flame  8 day, mahogany longcase 

with Corinthian capitals to the hood and the trunk.

Featured veneers with boxwood stringing to the door and foot.

Extremely well executed dial in original condition showing the four apostles in the corners.


Circa 1845

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William IV "Scots" circa 1830

8 day striking longcase clock,  12" circular painted dial with Roman numerals in a wonderfully figured flame mahogany case


                              Standing 78"h

£ 2500

£ 2,100


Oak longcase clock with floral decoration to the four corners

and arch. A subsidiary strike/silent.

Also with date and seconds indicator.

Standing 7 ft

Newman, Norwich


30hr Longcase Clock

Single hand birdcage movement

in a typical Norwich oak cabinet.

Standing 81”

        

      


        

£ 1,150

£ 4500

walnut longcase clock, the square brass dial with silvered roman chapter ring, matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, mask and foliate spandrels, two train movement with anchor escapement, the case with blind fretwork frieze, the glazed door with barley twist uprights, rectangular waist door with oval glass lenticule, panel base on plinth.


                                                          75 3/4in. high.

John Ward,

Richmond London circa 1695

John Saxton,   St, Neots