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WILLIAM YOUNG OF NOTTINGHAM, CIRCA 1800


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A fine quality Georgian period moon phase longcase clock. A high quality mahogany case with rosewood crossbanding and inlays. A swan neck hood pediment with brass patterae and central finial. Corinthian brass capped hood side columns. Chamfered trunk sides with line inlays. Rosewood and line banded base panel and standing on the original tapered feet. An attractive arched painted dial with lunar moon phases. A seconds and date dial indicators and floral painted corners. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the hours on a bell.

William Young of Nottingham is recorded in Loomes 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working from 1795-1798 in a partnership and then alone until 1825.

Height 7ft 1"/ 216 cms

Width (at widest point of hood) 19" / 49 cms Depth 11" / 28 cms

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EDWIN SAWTELL, BRISTOL Circa 1840


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An early Victorian Bristol moon phase longcase clock. A swan neck hood pediment with an original brass central finial and brass patterae. Brass capped fluted hood side columns. An oak case with mahogany crossbanding and line inlays. Fluted trunk side columns and a mahogany panel. A raised mahogany crossbanded panel to the base. An attractive arched painted dial with gilt corners and lunar moon phases to the arch. A seconds dial and date aperture. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the hours on a bell. Circa 1840.

Edwin Sawtell is listed in A J Moores 'Bristol Clockmakers' book having worked at the Horsefair and Bridewell Street in Bristol from 1838.

Height 7ft 2 " / 219 cms Width (at widest point of the hood) 21" / 54 cms Depth 11" / 29 cms

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A SMALL 'GRANDMOTHER' CLOCK Circa 1930


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A small 'Grandmother' clock with Westminster and Whittington chimes. A slim oak case. An arched hood pediment and detailed carving around the trunk door. An arched brass dial with Tempus Fugit boss to the arch and cast corner and arch spandrels. A strike/silent lever and tune change lever at 12 and 3 o'clock positions. An 8-day duration mechanism with quarter chiming on gongs. Circa 1930.

Height 5 ft 4 " / 163 cms

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THOMAS NEVITT, BRISTOL Circa 1810


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A fine quality Bristol moon phase longcase clock. A red walnut case of slim proportions with a Bristol area swan-neck pediment and wavy trunk raised panel. Brass capped hood columns and Greek key detail to the hood. A very attractive arched painted dial with birds and gilt corners. A date aperture, seconds dial and lunar moon phases to the arch. A rare feature on a painted dial of strike/silent to the dial side. An 8-day mechanism striking the hours on a bell.

Thomas Nevill of Bristol is recorded in AJ Moores' 'The clockmakers of Bristol' book as working 1805-1818.

Height 7 ft 3 " / 221cms

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NATHANIAL HEDGE OF COLCHESTER, HOODED WALL CLOCK

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A lovely Georgian hooded wall clock. The original ebonised wooden case with stepped top moulding and decorative case base front and sides. A 6 1/2" arched dial with corner cast spandrels. A silvered engraved dial centre with the original single hand dial layout. A name disc to the arch signed 'Nat Hedge, Colchester'. A 30 hour duration 'birdcage' mechanism with well finished steel work. Brass weight to the anchor escapement.

Nathaniel Hedge is a noted clockmaker. He and his son's worked in the 18th and 19th century as recorded in Loomes and Baillies' Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' books. Circa 1750.

Height 27 " / 69 cms Depth 10 " / 66 cms Width (at widest point at top moulding) 14 1/2" / 38 cms

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