£ 1,150

Lovely proportioned eight-day clock

with incredible colour.

Has to be seen to be believed

       Standing some 89”


John Berry



Thomas Budgen


c 1790

8 day pagoda topped longcase with well executed brass fret.

Unusual 11” dial. Cabinet displays well figured flame mahogany veneers.

               Standing 88”


A GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK                                          

           by Rivers & Son, Cornhill, London
 with subsidiary strike/silent dial and seconds dial, 

                          standing 83" highnew_stock_page_2_files/P1014773.jpg.sb-e38fd032-v4Ooc9


  Oak cased 8-day longcase clock, circa 1720.
 The 11-inch square brass dial with silvered penny moon with Luna calendar and traditional month calendar, striking the quarters on 2 bells, - counting the hour on a single bell.new_stock_page_2_files/IMG_3421.JPG.sb-17f1f2c4-y0MOZV

Humphrey Jennens, Halesowen




   Tower Street


          c 1825

Lovely proportioned eight-day

Lancet Bracket Clock.

Twin fusee, with signed back plate

and margin engraving.

With pull repeating.

       Standing some 17 1/2”


£ 1,700

A good well figured mahogany pad top London bracket clock. Eight day double fusee, five pillar movement, counting the hours on a bell. The backplate having engraved edge border and the maker's name "Leplastrier, London". Also having an ornately shaped pendulum rod with floral engraving to the bob.

7” convex painted dial with Roman numerals.

The Leplastrier family are recorded as working in the City of London from 1790. This clock is absolutely typical in the style of the 1810 period and has a full front door and not hinged bezel.

Standing 15”.

£ 3,100



         c 1810

A good mahogany  London bracket clock. Eight day double fusee, counting the hours on large gong. The backplate engraved with English roses and  pendulum bod with floral engraving .

8” convex enamel dial with Roman numerals.

Standing 18”.