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English Art Deco Reverse Etched Peach Mirror, Brass and Blonde Walnut Wall Clock
This exquisitely designed English Art Deco/Machine Age features an oblong shaped peach mirror face with rounded corners. The hands are brass and the numerals are represented by rever...
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1930s Art Deco Vintage British Clocks

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Brass

English Art Deco Chrome with Black, Red and Gold Tone Mechanical Mantel Clock
This boldly designed, quality English Art Deco asymmetrical, mechanical mantel clock features a chrome circular bezel supported by two square, black banded chromed steel pillars each...
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1930s Art Deco Vintage British Clocks

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Steel, Chrome

Double Sided Illuminated Gents of Leicester Platform Clock
By Gents of Leicester
Located in Culver City, CA
Heavy outer casting with original hands, glass and painted face.
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20th Century British Clocks

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Iron

Rare Antique Brass Engraved Strut Clock by Thomas Cole
By Thomas Cole
Located in London, GB
A very early strut clock Retailed by Hunt & Roskell By Thomas Cole A rare pre-numbered strut clock of beautiful design and execution, having the standard revolving strut attachm...
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19th Century Antique British Clocks

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Brass, Brass

18th Century Mahogany Long Case Grandfather Clock by Conyers Dunlop of London
Stunning London long case clock, circa 1760.The clock with makers mark Conyers Dunlop London, who became an apprentice in 1725 before becoming a master clockmaker in 1758. The moveme...
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Mid-18th Century Georgian Antique British Clocks

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Mahogany

English Skeleton Clock by J. Smith & Sons of Clerkenwell
This exceptional two-train English skeleton clock was crafted by the celebrated clockmakers J. Smith & Sons of Clerkenwell. The beautifully designed floral scroll frame incorporates ...
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19th Century Gothic Antique British Clocks

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Metal, Brass

English Arabesque Skeleton Clock by Evans of Handsworth
By William F. Evans of Handsworth
Located in New Orleans, LA
This exceptional arabesque skeleton clock is a stellar example of English clockmaking from the preeminent English firm of Evans of Handsworth. The complex timepiece incorporates both...
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19th Century Other Antique British Clocks

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Brass

Antique English Clock Dial Face, Country Garden, Working
A lovely antique iron clock dial circa 1830 in it's original enamel, charmingly decorated with country garden flowers. With ancient craquelure, marks of a long life and it's original...
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19th Century Folk Art Antique British Clocks

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Brass, Iron

Victorian Walnut Month Semi-Regulator Wall Clock by Charles Frodsham, London
By Charles Frodsham
Located in Devon, GB
A rare month duration ‘semi-regulator’ retailed by this famous London maker. A fine pale walnut case with ebony stringing holds a French movement by Achille Brocot, apparently made t...
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19th Century Victorian Antique British Clocks

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Walnut

Scottish Antique George III Mahogany Longcase Clock by Robert Alexander, Leith
A superb antique mahogany Scottish longcase clock of classically elegant and restrained proportions, so typical of the best Edinburgh makers. The arched, signed painted dial has cent...
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18th Century George III Antique British Clocks

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Mahogany

18th Century Antique George II Ebonized Bracket Clock by William Kipling, London
By William Kipling
Located in Devon, GB
A good early 18th century bracket timepiece with quarter – repeat by this well-known London clockmaker. The well proportioned compact ebonized inverted bell-top case has a brass carr...
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18th Century George II Antique British Clocks

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Wood

Mantelpiece Clock in the Louis XVI Manner, Retailed by E & S Watson of London
Constructed in a fine quality two-tone ormolu case, and adorned with rose ground ‘Sevres’ style panels to both front and sides, depicting; rising from oblate toupie feet, the domed c...
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19th Century Louis XVI Antique British Clocks

Materials

Gold, Ormolu

Chippendale Style Mahogany Grandmother Clock, Late 19th Century
By Thomas Chippendale
Located in Brighton, Sussex
A very good quality late 19th century mahogany Chippendale revival mahogany grandmother clock, having wonderful carved blind fret work decoration to the swan neck pediment hood, a br...
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Late 19th Century Chippendale Antique British Clocks

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Mahogany

19th Century Three Train, Musical Bracket Clock., S.Smith+ Son, Strand, London
A good quality late 19th century ebonized, mantel / bracket clock, having a Westminster chime, eight day duration. With wonderful quality gilded ormolu mounts and finials, pierced or...
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19th Century Antique British Clocks

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Ormolu

Antique Mantel Clock by Grant, Log Cabin Design
Mantel clock by Grant. An unusual mantel clock with the heavy bronze case in the form of a log cabin. The clock workings by John Grant, Fleet Street, London. The 4' diameter white e...
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1820s Antique British Clocks

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Bronze

Early 19th Century Antique George III Bracket Clock, Grimalde & Johnson, London
By Grimaldi & Johnson
Located in Devon, GB
A George III period ebonized bracket clock by Grimalde and Johnson, strand. This attractive clock of small proportions, has a moulded arch top with three brass edged rectangular pane...
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19th Century Regency Antique British Clocks

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Wood

19th Century Large English Iron Clock Face with Gears
Rare 19th century English iron clock face with working gears and parts. Features a large hand-painted lacquer face with gilt trim and numerals. The clock still has its hands attached...
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19th Century Industrial Antique British Clocks

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Brass, Iron

English Arts & Crafts 8-Day Longcase Clock by Maple of London, circa 1890
By Maple & Co.
Located in Portland, OR
Antique English Arts & Crafts 8-day longcase/grandfather clock by Maple of London, circa 1890. The clock having a carved and ebonized oak case in the William & Mary style, the hood w...
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1890s Arts and Crafts Antique British Clocks

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Oak

Antique Queen Anne Burr Walnut Longcase Clock by Christopher Gould, London
An exceptional Queen Anne period burr walnut longcase clock with square dial and caddy top by this famous maker. The case is veneered with figured walnut of excellent color and pa...
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Early 18th Century Queen Anne Antique British Clocks

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Walnut

18th Century Antique George III Mahogany Musical Table Clock, Ralph Gout, London
An impressive and unique 18th century antique circular mahogany musical table clock, in a case of neoclassical design by Ralph Gout of London. The substantial mahogany case has fou...
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Late 18th Century George III Antique British Clocks

Materials

Brass

Antique George III Mahogany Architectural Clock by John Grant, London
This antique clock has a finely constructed, figured mahogany case of classical style with scrolled buttresses and swept top, terminated by a single brass urn finial. This is all sea...
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Early 19th Century George III Antique British Clocks

Materials

Mahogany

Rare Mahogany Cased Two-Day Marine Chronometer by Dent, London, No.51958
By Dent
Located in Devon, GB
A rare two-day chronometer by the celebrated firm of Dent, with their patent staple balance and numbered 51958. The high quality movement, which is fully signed and numbered on the s...
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Early 1900s Edwardian Antique British Clocks

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Mahogany

Rare Haig & Chippendale Geo. III 8-day, Hour Strike Longcase Grandfather Clock
By Thomas Chippendale Jr.
Located in Charleston, SC
This could possibly be one of the most rare and fine longcase grandfathers clock to have ever graced our 98 year old business. Signed on top of the hood/bonnet by Haig & Chippendale,...
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Early 19th Century George III Antique British Clocks

Materials

Brass

English Porphyry Clock by Ellicott
By John Ellicott II
Located in New Orleans, LA
A case of exquisite porphyry and doré bronze houses the verge movement of this rare clock by eminent English clock and watch maker John Ellicott. Ellicott's creations are considered ...
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19th Century George III Antique British Clocks

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Porphyry, Bronze

Henry Moze Longcase Clock
By Henry Moze
Located in New Orleans, LA
An exceptional walnut longcase clock by renowned clock maker Henry Moze of London. The case is of exceptional quality, crafted of the finest burr walnut with end-cut moldings and int...
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18th Century Other Antique British Clocks

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Walnut

18th Century Antique George III Lacquered Longcase Clock, John Monkhouse, London
By John Monkhouse
Located in Devon, GB
An extremely fine and imposing antique George III period chinoiserie decorated London made longcase clock by John Monkhouse. This very fine clock has a pagoda top with giltwood spir...
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Mid-18th Century Georgian Antique British Clocks

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Lacquer

English George III Mahogany Bracket Clock by Hampson & Thelwell
A very good quality English George III figured mahogany chamfer top bracket or table clock with ebony mouldings, inset corner panels and brass moulded edges to the front of the case ...
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Early 19th Century George III Antique British Clocks

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Brass

Antique Slate Clock Face
A large antique clock face, made from slate, with copper hands. For garden or interior use. Condition report: Good structural condition. No mechanism. The end of one hand missi...
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19th Century Antique British Clocks

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Slate

George III Chinoiserie Decorated Long Case Clock
A late 18th century English 8-day tall case clock by Woodley, Kington. The elegant green painted chinoiserie decorated case displays figures in a fanciful landscape. The graceful dom...
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Late 18th Century Chinoiserie Antique British Clocks

Materials

Wood

Early 19th Century George III Rocking Ship Automaton Longcase Clock
Early 19th century mahogany George III Longcase or Grandfather clock with original rocking ship automaton. Late Georgian case with beautifully painted dial of a ship on the ocean. Th...
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Early 19th Century George III Antique British Clocks

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Mahogany

Antique George III Mahogany Longcase Clock by Samuel Hunter of Islington, London
By Unknown
Located in Devon, GB
A late George III antique mahogany longcase clock of 8-day duration. The ogee shaped silvered brass dial, reminiscent of Dutton, has subsidiary dials for seconds and the date within ...
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Late 18th Century George III Antique British Clocks

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Mahogany

Robert Mouseman Thompson Oak Long Case Clock
By Robert Thompson
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Robert Mouseman Thompson three train longcase clock, manufactured 1970s. An extremely rare Robert Thompson three train longcase clock. Solid hand worked English oak case, three tr...
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1970s Georgian Vintage British Clocks

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Oak

George III Miniature Twin Fusee Mantel Clock, circa 1790
By William Hunter
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An exceptionally rare George III miniature twin fusee mantel clock, circa 1790. The mahogany break arch case with brass sound frets to the sides and detailed decoration to the front ...
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18th Century George III Antique British Clocks

Materials

Brass

18th Century English Ebonised Bracket Clock
A mid-18th century bracket clock, having eight-day striking verge movement, the silvered dial signed Hen’y Snelling, London. With well engraved back plate, contained in ebonised case...
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Mid-18th Century George III Antique British Clocks

Materials

Brass

English Regency Ormolu and Patinated Bronze Mantel Clock of Atlas
By Robert Roskell
Located in London, GB
A fine and unusual antique English Regency mantel clock in patinated bronze and original ormolu. Set on a square base with ormolu mouldings, and ormolu mounts of a sun burst face sur...
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1820s Regency Antique British Clocks

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Bronze, Ormolu

Antique George III Mahogany Cased Wall Clock, John Leroux, Charing Cross, London
By John Leroux
Located in Devon, GB
A George III period antique mahogany silvered dial wall timepiece. The 12 in signed silvered and engraved dial with blued steel hands, surrounded by the molded wood bezel. The eight ...
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Early 19th Century George III Antique British Clocks

Materials

Mahogany

18th Century English Green Chinoiserie Hand Painted Grandfather Clock
Beautiful 18th century chinoiserie decorated with a green background grandfather clock. All original by clock maker Francis Dorell, London. The clock runs well and strikes on the hal...
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Late 18th Century Chinoiserie Antique British Clocks

Materials

Wood

18th Century Oak Longcase Clock by James Draycot Wells
18th century oak longcase clock by James Draycot Wells, circa 1790. Excellent quality golden oak longcase clock. Second hand dial, date and baring the makers disc at the top. H...
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Late 18th Century Georgian Antique British Clocks

Materials

Oak

18th Century Antique George II Walnut Longcase Clock by James Blackborow, London
By James Blackborow
Located in Devon, GB
An antique George II period patinated, walnut longcase clock by James Blackborow, London. This finely figured veneered clock with elegant proportions has an elegant ogee-shaped swept...
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Mid-18th Century George II Antique British Clocks

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Walnut

19th Century Victorian Oak England-Galles Moon phase Grandfather Clock, 1790s
England-Galles grandfather clock, Victorian era, mid-19th century, in oak wood and inlaid in fruit woods. Moon phases, golden bronze dial, working, pendulum and original weights.
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1790s Victorian Antique British Clocks

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Oak

Machine Age 1930s Art Deco Chrome Clock by Smiths, England
By Smiths English Clock Systems
Located in Devon, England
In the rare machine age style this Art Deco beauty is completely authentic, dating to the 1930s and manufactured by the English clock makers 'smiths'. The chrome is in very good cond...
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Mid-20th Century Machine Age British Clocks

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Brass, Chrome

Victorian Mahogany Tall Case Clock
An exceptional example of Victorian clock making, this imposing tall case, or grandfather, clock towers in a masterfully carved mahogany case. A complex eight-day movement powers the...
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19th Century Victorian Antique British Clocks

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Mahogany

Antique Georgian Chinoiserie Grandfather Clock
Antique Georgian chinoiserie grandfather clock with a brass and silvered dial by Jon Grindon of St Albans. It has an 8 day movement which is in working condition at the moment in our...
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1790s Georgian Antique British Clocks

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Wood

Extremely Rare 19th Century Traveling Clock Signed French Royal Exchange, London
A unique early 19th century travelling clock signed on both the silvered dial and the backplate French Royal Exchange, London. The small ebonized rectangular case has a circular s...
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1910s Regency Vintage British Clocks

Materials

Brass

Fine Red Japaned and Chinoiserie Decorated Late 18th Century Tavern Clock
This fine late 18th century tavern clock with a circular white dial is beautifully decorated and signed under the dial on the trunk in a gilt cartouche George Allett London, circa 17...
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Late 18th Century Chinoiserie Antique British Clocks

Materials

Wood

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mantle Carriage Clock, 1899
By William Comyns
Located in London, GB
A pretty antique Victorian solid Silver Carriage Clock. This Victorian Clock has an elegantly chased body with all four sides and the top showing period scenes of figures in a countr...
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19th Century Victorian Antique British Clocks

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique Welsh Carved Oak 8-Day Longcase/Grandfather Clock, Thomas Evans
Antique carved welsh oak 8-Day Longcase/Grandfather Clock by Thomas Evans, circa 1770, Wales. The clock housed in a finely and deeply carved stained oak case, the hood having a carve...
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1780s Antique British Clocks

Materials

Oak

Small Georgian Longcase Domestic Regulator by John Byard, London
By Unknown
Located in Norwich, GB
A very fine small Georgian longcase domestic regulator. Twelve inch silvered dial signed ‘John Byard, London’, with original blued steel hands and subsidiary seconds dial. M...
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1790s George III Antique British Clocks

Materials

Mahogany

Edwardian Chinoiserie Decorated Mantel Clock Signed Mappin & Webb, London
By Mappin & Webb
Located in Norwich, GB
Mappin & Webb Edwardian mantel clock housed in a chinoiserie decorated case on a green ground with typical Chinese scenes standing on a raised, stepped base and surmounted by a pa...
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1910s Edwardian Vintage British Clocks

Materials

Wood

19th Century Antique Regency Mahogany Bracket Clock by Thomas Moss, London
By Thomas Moss
Located in Devon, GB
A good Regency period mahogany hour striking bracket clock. The lancet style case with pierced brass side frets, lion and ring side handles and claw feet. The circular silvered an...
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Early 19th Century Regency Antique British Clocks

Materials

Mahogany

18th Century Antique Chinoiserie Tavern Wall Clock by Samuel Thorndike, Ipswich
A fine Georgian Tavern Timepiece with gilt and chinoiserie decorated case, by this established Suffolk maker. The round white dial has Roman numerals with outer minutes circle an...
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1790s George III Antique British Clocks

Materials

Wood

1900s Antique Edwardian Sterling Silver Jewelry Box and Watch
A exceptional, fine and impressive, antique Edwardian English sterling silver jewelry box and watch modeled in the form of a coal scuttle; an addition to our silver timepiece collect...
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Early 1900s Edwardian Antique British Clocks

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver, Enamel

English William IV Mahogany Bracket Clock with Pull Repeat Action
By John Peterkin
Located in Macclesfield, GB
A very good quality English figured mahogany chamfer top bracket or table clock with ebony mouldings, brass string inlay, inset corner panels with brass moulded edges to the front st...
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Mid-19th Century William IV Antique British Clocks

Materials

Brass

1970s British Bronze and Chrome AC GMT Co. Industrial Wall Clock White Dial
By Industrial Design
Located in Leicester, Leicestershire
Rescued from Industrial scrap yards and brought back to life in our UK workshop, our expert process allows us to create a high quality clock of luxury standards. At A.C GMT Co. we ...
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1970s Industrial Vintage British Clocks

Materials

Bronze, Steel, Chrome

18th Century Antique Georgian Ebonized Bracket Clock by William Scafe, London
By William Scafe
Located in Devon, GB
A good quality antique, ebonized brass dial bracket clock by this 18th century 'maker of repute'. The moulded and veneered case has an inverted bell top, which is surmounted by five ...
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18th Century Georgian Antique British Clocks

Materials

Brass

19th Century Mahogany Cased Two-Day Marine Chronometer by Widenham, London
By Richard Widenham
Located in Devon, GB
A fine two-day marine chronometer by Wideham of London. The original 3-tier mahogany case of good color retains the Prize Award label of the maker Richard Widenham, Lombard Street, L...
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1840s Victorian Antique British Clocks

Materials

Mahogany

English George IV Oak and Mahogany Longcase Clock
By John Licnes Fecit
Located in Macclesfield, GB
A very nice quality oak and mahogany slim cased Longcase Grandfather clock. The case has mahogany crossbanding to the doors and panels with boxwood and ebony inlay. The case also has...
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Early 19th Century George IV Antique British Clocks

Materials

Mahogany, Oak

Awn Pugin, Possibly Designed for the Princess Chambers at Palace of Westminster
By Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
Located in London, GB
AWN PUGIN, attributed, possibly made for the Princess Chamber at the Palace of Westminster London. A quarter chiming triple fusee bracket clock with carved florets and gilded detai...
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1850s Gothic Revival Antique British Clocks

Materials

Oak, Oak

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