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A FINE GEORGE III MAHOGANY
LONCASE CLOCK
by FRANCIS SINDERBY , LONDON. CIRCA 1780.

Standing at 8ft ½ in., the mahogany case has a pagoda top hood surmounted with ball and spire finials. To the front and sides there are florally carved and silk backed sound frets. The hood pillars are stop fluted with brass capitals and bases. There are two glazed apertures to the sides.
The trunk has a broken arch door with superb flame mahogany veneering , again flanked by stop fluted quarter columns with brass capitals and bases.
The 12" brass dial has a matted centre with recessed silvered subsidiary seconds and calendar dials. There is also a strike/silent dial in the arch. The silvered calendar dial is engraved with the makers name and address:-
Francis Sinderby LONDON.
The corners and arch of the dial have rococo pattern spandrels.
The eight day movement is rack striking on a bell. The pendulum has a massive brass faced lenticular bob with a rating nut and the weights are also brass sleeved.


Price:SOLD

Ref:ISS01

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AN 8 DAY OAK LONGCASE CLOCK.
WHITE DIAL WITH MOONPHASE.
M. Michael. Bristol.CIRCA 1830

The mahogany case stands at 7 ft. 6 ins. on a base with bracket feet and has a swan neck pediment with three brass spire finials and two floral brass paterae. The dial is flanked by turned pillars with brass bases and capitals.
The trunk has an oak rectangular door with mahogany cross-banding. The base has a raised central panel , also cross-banded in mahogany.
The dial , signed " M. Michael, Bristol ", with moonphase to the arch showing the moondiscs and in between pictures of a cottage and a galleon . The corners have marine shell decoration , typical of the period.
The hands are of stamped and fretted brass. There is also a subsidiary seconds dial and a date aperture.
The 8 day movement rack strikes on a bell and has a lenticular brass faced pendulum and cast iron weights.
Height: 90 inches

Price:

Ref:ST5944

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A N OAK 30 HOUR LONGCASE CLOCK by Thomas Bradley . NEWENT
CIRCA 1820


The small oak and mahogany case stands on a base with shaped plinth.. The hood has a scroll pediment with a central brass eagle finial and flanked by two brass spire finials. Two plain turned pillars with brass bases and capitals , flank the glazed hood door
The trunk has a long rectangular door with mahogany crossbanding .
The 11" white square dial, with Roman hour chapters , has matching blued steel pierced hands, shell paintings to the corners and an exotic bird just above the dial centre. The dial is signed "Thos. Bradley. Newent".
The 30 hour chain wind movement strikes the hour on a bell. The pendulum has a lenticular brass faced bob and the weight is of cast iron.

 


Thomas James Bradley is listed as making 1818 -49


Price:SOLD

Ref:T29

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A RARE ELM CASED 8 DAY WHITE DIAL LONGCASE CLOCK.
W. Rock. Knighton. CIRCA 1810


The solid elm case with lovely colour and figuring stands on a plain base with bracket feet. The break-arch hood has reeded pillars with brass bases and capitals flanking the dial. The trunk with a long rectangular door has a brass escutcheon
The dial , signed " W. Rock. Knighton", with fine floral, foliate and geometric decoration to the arch and fan designs to the corners, has Arabic hour numerals and fifteen minute markers , a seconds subsidiary dial and a date aperture. The pierced hands are of blued steel.
The 8 day movement rack strikes on a bell and has a lenticular brass faced pendulum and cast iron weights.


Height: 83 inches

Price:

Ref:S12

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AN EIGHT DAY OAK AND MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK by SKARRAT OF WORCESTER. CIRCA 1830

The oak and mahogany case stands on a base with a shaped skirt and feet. The hood has a swan neck pediment with brass paterae and a central eagle finial.

The square 12" white dial with Roman hour numerals is signed "Skarrat, Worcester" and has a date aperture and subsidiary seconds dial.
The rectangular trunk door has mahogany crossbanding
The eight day movement rack strikes on a bell , has a pendulum with brass bob and the weights are of cast iron.

Price:SOLD

Ref:S53

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A SMALL EARLY WHITE DIAL
OAK 30 HOUR LONGCASE CLOCK
Jones. Bristol CIRCA 1780

Ref:S91

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A GEORGIAN OAK 30 HOUR LONGCASE CLOCK by JOHN MURCH. HONITON.
CIRCA 1810

The case of small proportions, stands at a height of only 79½ ins. (6ft 7½ins) and is predominantly of oak with some mahogany cross banding . The trunk has reeding to the front edges and a small rectangular cross banded door with a brass escutcheon.
The hood has a swan neck pediment flanking a single brass eagle finial , and two turned pilasters with brass bases and capitals.
The eleven inch white dial with geometric and gilt corner designs, has Roman hour chapters and a subsidiary seconds dial and is signed "Jno. Murch . Honiton.". The blued steel hands are of a lozenge design .
The 30 hour movement countwheel strikes on a bell on the hour and has cast iron weights and a pendulum with lenticular brass faced bob

Price:SOLD

Ref:S93

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A BRASS DIAL OAK LONGCASE CLOCK OF 30 HOUR DURATION
BY
John Bagnall of Dudley
CIRCA 1775

The small proportioned oak case standing at 6ft. 6ins has a long door and a hood with a cornice moulding .The reeded hood pilasters have turned bases and capitals. .The long door has a shaped top and a brass escutcheon . The clock stands on a plain base with shaped plinth.
The square brass dial has a foliate engraved centre which is also engraved " Bagnall Dudley " below a calendar aperture with a silvered and engraved date wheel. The silvered chapter ring has Roman hour chapters and Arabic five minute markers . The four spandrels are of Rococo design and the serpentine hands are of blued steel.
It has a chain wind 30 hour movement and countwheel strikes the hour on a bell.

 

 

Height: 78 ins.

 

Price: SOLD

Ref:T18

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A BRASS DIAL OAK LONGCASE CLOCK

OF 30 HOUR DURATION
PETER BOWERof REDLYNCH
CIRCA 1750

The case of beautiful proportions and good patination.
The square brass dial has a silvered chapter ring and fineley engraved centre depicting a country scene with the makers name, " Peter Bower, Redlynch" engraved within a scrolled baner to the top.
The birdcage movement countwheel strikes on a bell.


Height: 81.5 inches.

Price: £

Ref: R72

 

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AN OAK LONGCASE TIMEPECE by DURWARD OF EDINBURGH . CIRCA 1790

The oak case of mellow colour stands at 7ft. 3.5ins.(2.22m.) on a plain base with bracket feet.
The hood with swan neck pediment and three water gilded urn finials , has reeded columns with brass bases and capitals and the door has carved fruitwood blind frets to the four corners.
The long trunk door with shaped top has a brass escutcheon and hinges .
The circular silvered dial, with Roman hour chapters and Arabic five minute numerals , has matching blued steel serpentine hands and a seconds subsidiary dial . The dial is signed" Jos. Durward Edinburgh"
The eight day three pillar movement has narrow plates with pedestal shaped bases.


Joseph Durward , Edinburgh 1775 - 1819.

 

Price: £

Ref: P20

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A MAHOGANY REGENCY LONGCASE CLOCK.

WHITEHURST & SON. DERBY.

The well proportioned case stands at 82 inches (2.08 meters) with a pediment top. The hood has glazed side apertures and canted front corners. The trunk, similarly flanked by canted corners, has a long mahogany door with shallow break arch and a good flame veneer. The base has an inverted corner rectangular molding and stands on a plain plinth with block feet. The 12 inch silvered brass square dial is signed "Whitehurst and Son. Derby.", and has Roman hour chapters and a subsidiary seconds dial. The back of the dial is engraved with the date 1818 and the initials I.W. in a small triangle. ( for John Whitehurst). The matching hands are of blued steel spad design. Movement: The well finished movement has shouldered plates with rounded edges and baluster pillars. The striking is by rack and the back cock is of typical Whitehurst design. The wood rod pendulum has a massive brass faced lenticular bob with a calibrated regulation nut. The matching pair of cast iron weights are original and stamped indistinctly. (possibly 18 or IW ). John Whitehurst II and his son John Whitehurst III were in partnership from 1809 to 1834. The uncle, John Whitehurst F.R.S. was an eminent scientist, clockmaker and philosopher. See John Whitehurst of Derby by Maxweell Craven.

Age: c1818

Price: £

Ref: K45


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A MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK
JOHN OAKES , OLDHAM.
CIRCA 1820

The case is of well figured mahogany with fine marquetry and stringing.
The white dial has subsidiary date and seconds dials and florally painted corners.
Eight day movement striking on the hour.


£

Height: 90.25 inches

Ref: AA6

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