From Long Cases to wall hanging clocks, Mantel clocks to Garnitures - we have a good and varied stock of such - many having been fully cleaned and serviced and sold with a full gaurantee - click to view a selection

An early 1900's Mahogany & inlaid dome-top Mantel Clock with 8 day movement, presented to (& won by) the renowned and then known Major Edmond John Phipps-Hornby VC.RHA by the Bramshot Meeting of 1907.

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19th Century Oak Long Case Clock the 8 day Movement and painted dial with nautical scene by Thomas Pope of Rothbury the hood having fret work decoration to top, the case having panelled and shaped trunk with arched door, shaped skirt and legs £ SOLD

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The Simplex Pocket Watch issued by The Steel Conduit Co Ltd, Birmingham & London.

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Georgian Long Case Clock by James Usher of Lincoln with 8 day movement. Circa 1780/1800

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18th Century, Chinoserie, gilt and gesso decorated Long case Clock with 8 day movement by Samuel Greaves of Bromsgrove. SOLD

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A fine 19th Century gilt metal/Ormolu and Cloisonne decorated Mantel Clock having 8 day French Movement striking on a bell on the hour and the half hour. SOLD

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19th Century 8 day striking Wall Clock by Carter of Cavendish and Long Melford - fully cleaned serviced and restored

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Stunning 19th Century Marble Cased Mantel Clock with 8 day movement (some minor chips to edges.

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A 19th Century French Clock Garniture with scantily clad lady adorning the Clock and viewing herself through a mirror held by a winged Cherub

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Early 1900's Mahogany & Inlaid Mantel Clock with brass bun feet.

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Early 1900's Mahogany & Walnut inlaid Mantel Clock on bun feet the enamel face showing the (worn) name of BURGINGHAM.

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