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Text last updated 20th November 2020

A variety of antique wall clocks including English Fusee Dial clocks, SHIPS clocks and Continental Wall examples.

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FUSEE DIAL, DROPDIAL AND

LANTERN CLOCK SECTION

1.

A RARER 10 " DROPDIAL WALL CLOCK, GRAY OF LEICESTER

Wall Clocks

 

A rarer, 10 " painted dial fusee dropdial wall clock. A mahogany case of high quality with a cast brass bezel surround. Brass inlay and brass line inlay with floral roundels. The original side carvings. A pendulum glass aperture. Blued steel hands to the painted dial signed 'W GRAY LEICESTER'. An 8-day duration English timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1855.

William Gray of Leicester is recorded in Loomes' 'Watch and Clockmakers of The World' book as working from 1849-1864. This example dates to circa 1855.

Height 25" / 63 cms

Width 15" / 30 cms

Depth 6 " / 16 cms

 

£ 850 (US$ 977) (Euro 918)

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BARRY & SONS, CARDIFF FUSEE DIAL WALL CLOCK

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A Welsh Victorian fusee dial wall clock. A walnut case with brass bezel surround. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands and signed 'BARRY & SONS, CARDIFF'. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1875.

The Barry family of clockmakers are listed in Peates 'Clock and Watchmakers in Wales' book as working from 1844-1877.

Width 16 1/2" / 42 cms

Depth 6 " / 16 cms

£ 740 (US$ 932) (Euro 1034)

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BEECROFT OF LEEDS FUSEE WALL CLOCK

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An English Victorian fusee dial wall clock. A mahogany case with a cast brass bezel surround. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands and signed 'BEECROFT LEEDS'. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1860.

Beecroft of Leeds is listed in Loomes 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working from 1837-1871.

Width 15" / 38 cms

Depth 6 " / 16 cms

£ 695 (US$ 821) (Euro 758)

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RARER 8" DROPDIAL FUSEE WALL CLOCK

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A small and rarer 8 " dropdial fusee wall clock. A convex painted dial signed 'SHORT LONDON' with blued steel hands. A brass bezel surround with convex glass. An oak case with concave and convex circular mouldings and a 'chisel bottom' opening base door. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism with nicely shaped plates. Circa 1830.

Height 13" / 33 cms

Width 10" / 26 cms

Depth 5 " / 13 cms.

£ 950 (US$ 1244) (Euro 1064)

 

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SEWELL OF BIRMINGHAM FUSEE WALL CLOCK

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An English fusee dial wall clock. A 12" painted dial signed ' C SEWELL BIRMINGHAM'. with blued steel hands. A mahogany case with a brass bezel surround. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1880.

Charles Sewell of Birmingham is recorded in Loomes' 'Clockmakers and Watchmakers of The World' book as working in 1880.

Height/Width 15 " / 36 cms Depth 6 " / 16 cms.

£ 750 (US$ 944) (Euro 841)

 

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FRENCG GILT BRONZE CARTEL WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

A good quality French cartel wall clock. A well cast bronze gilt case with fretwork panels to the sides. Floral swag garlands and a flame torch to the top. A convex enamel dial with fine gilt hands and a decorative bezel surround. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the 1/2 hours and hours on a bell with platform escapement. Circa 1895.

Height 15" / 38 cms

Width 7" / 18 cms

Depth 3 1/2" / 9 cms.

£ 975 (US$ 1286) (Euro 1091)

 

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SMALL 7 1/2" DIAL W & h WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

A small round dial wall clock. A walnut case with a brass bezel surround. A small 7 1/2" painted dial with blued steel hands. An 8-day duration timepiece mechanism by Winterhalder & Hofmeier. Circa 1895.

Width 10 1/2 " / 27 cms Depth 5 " / 13 cms.

 

£ 350 (US$ 463) (Euro 402)

 

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RARE GEORGIAN WOODEN DIAL WALL CLOCK

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A rare and probably unique wooden dial Georgian wall clock. A 13" convex wooden dial with lovely patina and a well painted pheasant. Signed 'E.D Herbert Pugh 1818' and original brass hands. A cast brass bezel with convex glass. A mahogany case with early design of slim metal pegs and the original winding key. A well made 8-day duration fusee timepiece mechanism.

The name Herbert Pugh may be the maker or the original owners name and is dated 1818. This came from a private collection and we sold it around 12 years ago and recently had the oppourtunity to purchase it again.

Height/Width 16 1/2 " / 42 cms

Depth 6 " / 15 cms.

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BURR WALNUT DROPDIAL WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

 

An American dropdial wall clock. A burr walnut veneered case with the original side carvings. A decorative carved pendulum aperture window. A 12" dial with blued steel hands and brass bezel surround. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the hours on a bell. Circa 1885.

Height 29 " / 78 cms Depth 5 " / 13 cms Width 17 " / 43 cms

£ 325 (US$ 403) (Euro 371)

 

 

 

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FRENCH WALNUT WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

A French dial wall clock. A walnut case with concave and convex case mouldings. A painted dial with decorative blued steel hands. An 8-day duration timepiece mechanism. Circa 1870.

Width 14 1/2 " / 37 cms Depth 5 1/2 " / 14 cms.

 

SOLD

 

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CARLETON, TORQUAY DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

A well proportioned Devonshire drop dial wall clock. Choice flame mahogany to the case with the original side carvings and trunk centre. A cast brass bezel to the 12" painted dial signed 'CARLETON TORQUAY' with blued steel hands. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1860.

William Carleton of Torquay is recorded in Ponsfords' 'Devon Clockmakers' book as working at Fleet St in 1856, Park Crescent and Torwood St. until 1890. He did work to the tower clock at Torre Abbey in 1875.

Height 23 " / 58 cms Width 15 " / 36 cms Depth 6 " / 15 cms.

£ 875 (US$ 1146) (Euro 979)

 

 

 

 

 

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THOMAS GREEN OF BRISTOL TAVERN CLOCK CIRCA 1815

Wall Clocks

An English Georgian period Tavern wall clock. A 22" wooden dial with brass counterbalanced hands. A well proportioned mahogany case with the original side carvings. An opening trunk door and base with twin side doors behind the dial. An 8-day duration mechanism, single weight driven. The original pendulum and lovely original shaped weight. The case and dial have not been over restored through the years and is presented in 'aged condition'.

Thomas Green of Bristol worked at Chapel Row, Long Rooms, Hotwells and Portland Place from 1771-1824. Illustrations are shown of longcase and bracket clocks in A J Moores' 'Bristol Clockmakers' book. Interestingly it states he also worked in All Saints Lane next door to the Rummer Tavern.

Height 48 " / 122 cms Width 22 "/ 56 cms Depth 7 " / 18 cms.

 

£ 6750 (US$ 7762) (Euro 7290)

 

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H GIBSON, PONTYPRIDD FUSEE DIAL WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

 

A Welsh fusee dial wall clock. A golded oak case with a brass bezel surround. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands signed 'H H GIBSON PONTYPRIDD'. An 8-day duration 'tapered plates' timepiece fusee mechanism of good quality. Circa 1880.

Width 16" / 40 cms Depth 6 " / 15 cms.

 

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GREENER LONDON CONVEX DIAL FUSEE

Wall Clocks

An Engish convex dial fusee wall clock. An octagonal mahogany case with fine brass inlays. A cast brass bezel with convex glass. An offset winding hole to the 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism with shaped plates.

William Greener of London is recorded in Loomes' 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working in 1863.

Width 16 1/2 " / 42cms

Depth 5 " / 13 cms

£ 875 (US$ 1006) (Euro 945)

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STRIKING DIAL WALL CLOCK .

Wall Clocks

 

An English round dial wall clock. A stained beech case with brass bezel surround to the 12" dial. Blued steel hands. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the 1/2 hours and hours on a gong. Circa 1920.

Overall Width 15" / 39 cms Depth 4 " / 12 cms

SOLD

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THOMAS, SWANSEA WELSH FUSEE DIAL CLOCK

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A Welsh fusee dial clock. A mahogany case with a brass bezel surround. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands signed 'Thomas, Swansea'. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1880.

 

Width 14 1/2" / 37 cms Depth 5 " / 13 cms.

 

£ 725 (US$ 833) (Euro 783)

 

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GAYDON OF NORWOOD WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

A Victorian round dial wall clock. A walnut case with a brass bezel surround. A 12" painted dial signed by retailer 'Gaydon Norwood'. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the hours on a bell. Circa 1875.

Gaydon of Norwood (London) is recorded in Loomes 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working 1866-1878

Width 16” /41 cms Depth 5" / 12 cms.

 

RESERVED

 

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BOYCE OF EXMOUTH DROP DIAL FUSEE WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

An English drop dial fusee wall clock. A walnut case with a brass bezel. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands signed 'E BOYCE, EXMOUTH'. A visible pendulum aperture. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1875.

Edmund Boyce of Exmouth is listed in Ponsford's 'Devon Clockmakers' book as working from 1856 at 20, The Strand in Exmouth.

Width 15" / 38 cms Height 21" / 55 cms Depth 6 " / 16 cms.

 

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KLEYSER, LONDON FUSEE WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

An English fusee dial wall clock. A cast brass bezel with the original glass. A 12" painted dial signed 'KLEYSER & Co, 69, HIGH ST BORO, LONDON'. Nice patina to the mahogany case. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1845.

Kleyser & Co of London are recorded as working from 1826-1867. This example dates to circa 1845.

Height/Width 14 " / 35 cms Depth 6 " / 15 cms.

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HILL, BRISTOL LARGER FUSEE DIAL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

An English fusee dial clock. A mahogany case with a brass bezel. A larger 14" painted dial with blued steel hands signed 'Hill Bristol''. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism with tapered plates. Circa 1895.

There were a number of Hill clockmakers working in Bristol in the 19th century. This clock came from a factory and is believed to have been in Bristol all it's life!

Width 17" / 43 cms Depth 6 " / 15 cms.

 

£ 735 (US$ 845) (Euro 793)

 

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WELSH FUSEE DIAL CLOCK, FALLER OF RHYMNEY

Wall Clocks

 

A Welsh fusee dial clock. A mahogany case with a brass bezel surround. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands signed 'F FALLER, RHYMNEY'. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1880.

Frederick Faller of Rhymney is listed in Peates' 'Clock and watchmakers in Wales' book as working in the High Street from 1871-1875.

Width 14 1/2" / 37 cms Depth 5 " / 13 cms.

 

£ 725 (US$ 833) (Euro 783)

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SAUNDERS, LONDON CONVEX DIAL FUSEE WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

A convex dial English fusee dial wall clock. A cast brass bezel with domed glass. A 12" convex painted dial signed 'ARTHUR SAUNDERS 5, SOUTHAMPTON ROW, LONDON'. 'Moon' blued steel hands. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. A nice provenance with the original makers label to the inside. Circa 1840.

A few Saunders are listed in the clockmakers books as working in the 19th century.

Height/Width 14 " / 35 cms Depth 5 " / 15 cms.

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RUSSELLS OF LIVERPOOL DROP DIAL twin FUSEE WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

A rarer double fusee English drop dial wall clock. An oak case with a brass bezel. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands signed 'RUSSELLS LTD 18 CHURCH STREET, LIVERPOOL'. A visible pendulum aperture. The original side carvings An 8-day duration twin fusee mechanism striking the hours on a bell. Twin fusee striking wall clocks are much less common. Circa 1885.

The Russell family of clockmakers are noted makers as listed in Loomes 'Lancashire Clocks and Clockmakers' book with examples in the Liverpool Museum.

Width 23 " / 59 cms Height 16 " / 41 cms Depth 6 " / 16 cms.

 

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WARRY, CLIFTON (BRISTOL) FUSEE WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

 

A rare and very high quality dead beat escapement, maintaining power fusee wall clock. A well carved decorative case to the 12" painted dial with blued steel hands. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism with dead beat escapement, maintaining power and heavy pendulum. Circa 1845.

John Warry of Bristol is recorded in A J Moores' 'The Clockmakers of Bristol' book as working from 1830-1850. He maintained the church clock at St Mary Redcliffe. This example due to it's very high quality mechanism is likely to have ben in a public place and has never had a brass bezel and glass.

Width 16 1/2" / 42 cms Depth 6 " / 16 cms.

 

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GALE BROS. OF LYME REGIS

Wall Clocks

An English fusee dial wall clock. A mahogany case with a brass bezel surround. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands signed ' Gale Bros. Lyme Regis'. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism.

Gale Brothers of Lyme Regis are recorded in Tribe & Whatmoor's 'Dorset Clocks and Clockmakers' book as working in 1927.

Width 14 " / 36 cms Depth 6 " / 15 cms.

 

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RARE QUAKER HOODED WALL CLOCK

Wall Clocks

A rare early Quaker hooded wall clock. An oak case with moulded top and fretwork to the pediment. A small 8" square brass dial with distinctive quaker designed circular dial decorations. A lovely original single blued steel hand with quarter hour dial markers. A lyre shaped steel and brass single train mechanism of unusual design with anchor escapement and the original small lead weight. Circa 1710.

The clock came from a private collection and has survived in remarkably original condition. Early quaker clocks turn up infrequently and are often unsigned. Most were made in the Oxfordshire area.

Height 17 " / 43 cms Width 16 " / 41 cms Depth 9 1/2 " / 24 cms.

 

£ 1950 (US$ 2534) (Euro 2143)

 

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SHIPS WALL CLOCK SECTION


 

28.

ENAMEL DIAL SHIPS CLOCK

Wall Clocks

A nice quality brass cased ships clock. A 5 1/2 " enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial and brass hands. An 8-day duration timepiece mechanism. A convex glass to the cast brass bezel. Circa 1920.

Width 7 " / 18 cms Depth 4 " / 10 cms

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BRASS SHIPS CLOCK

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An English brass cased ships clock. Bevelled glass to the lift off bezel surround. An 8" painted dial with blued steel hands and slow/fast regulator. An 8-day duration Elliott mechanism. Marked to the case back 1956 ER Elliott Croydon CRHW/11. Circa 1956.

Width 10 1/2 " / 27 cms Depth 4 " / 10 cms

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SMITHS SMALL CHROME SHIPS CLOCK

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A small English ships clock by Smiths. A chrome plated case with opening front with bevelled glass. A true 5" enamel dial with slow/fast regulator and blued steel hands. Marked to the case back 'GBE 46' and to the dial inner 'GPO 1943'. Circa 1942.

Width 6 " / 15 cms Depth 4 " / 9 cms

£ 245 (US$ 281) (Euro 264)

 

 

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