Longcase Clocks

Quality oak Grandmother clock, Westminster and Whittington chimes on gongs, retailed by Bravingtons London.

                          Circa 1930    £1,800

 

Small 8 day 12” square painted dial with delicate flowers in the corners, date and seconds hands. Solid mahogany case with a flat top to the hood. Dial signed W Randall Newbury.

                    Circa 1820     £2.950

Grandfather clock, Westminster chimes, brass dial, three brass weights, mahogany case with astragal glazing to the door. made by Winterhalder Germany 

               Circa 1930    £2.250

Grandfather clock, 10" square brass dial, light oak case, German Westminster chiming movement, glass door, three brass weights. 

               Circa 1930   £2.100

Very fine attractive walnut marquetry longcase clock, rising hood, barley twist columns, lenticle in the door, on bun feet. 10" eight day brass dial movement. Made by James Watts Taunton 

    Circa 1695      POA

Three train longcase clock chiming on eight bells striking on a gong. 12" arched brass dial, chime/silent and 4/8 bell levers. Dark mahogany Chippendale style case with applied carving. Dial signed on a boss in the arch Peter Wise London. 

                    Circa 1870     £9.500

Eight day five pillar arched brass dial longcase clock, date and seconds, engraving round date aperture. Flamed mahogany veneer case, arch top to the hood. Dial signed Richard Reed Chelmsford

               Circa 1780     £4.200 

Grandmother clock with Westminster chimes on gongs, arched brass dial, oak case. Signed on the movement back plate, Enfield an English maker.

 

                    Circa 1930     £1.400

                                                        

Westminster chiming Grandfather clock, arched brass dial, quality German movement, chrome weights and pendulum, oak case with bevelled glass to the door.     198 cm high 

       Circa 1930.     £2.500

30hr 10" square brass dial, engraved silvered centre, engraved with a castle, boat and house, date aperture. Oak case with mahogany banding round door, flat top to the hood with a square tea caddy top. Dial signed William Whitby Cullumpton. 

         Circa 1780   £2.500

Eight day arched painted dial pretty fan design spandrels with a picture galleon in full sail in the arch, date and seconds. Oak case with mahogany banding and inlay. Dial signed James Sayer Bewdley. 

        Circa 1820    £2.400

8 day arched painted dial, pretty painting of a lady and gentleman in the centre and a lady with a lion in the arch, date and seconds. Oak case with moulding round trunk door. Dial signed W H Andrews Royston. 

           Circa 1820    £2.600

Fine 8 day longcase clock, beautifully engraved arched silvered dial with a rocking ship in the arch, date and seconds. London style flamed mahogany case with brass inserts in the capitals, crested top to the hood with 3 brass finials. Dial signed Henry Baker Malling. 216 cm high

 

                   Circa 1770           £5,250

Longcase clock 11” square painted dial with flower spandrels and picture of a bird, 30hr bird cage movement, oak case with a fret to the top of the hood. Dial signed by a local maker T Baker Town Malling. Circa 1795

 

                     Circa 1840 £1.950

30hr square painted dial, picture of flower spandrels in the corners. Oak case with flower inlay to the door, cross banding of satin wood, mahogany and rosewood, with a swan pediment. Dial signed Baker Tamworth. 

             Circa 1830   £1.900

Westminster chiming Grandmother Clock, brass dial, solid mahogany case.
      Circa 1930    £1.700

8 day 12" arched painted dial with flowers in the corners and arch, mahogany inlaid case, frets in swan pediment. Dial signed J.Liddell Bathgate.

      Circa 1820    £2.800