Skeleton clock, early 19th century, 8 day with chain driven brass movement. Measurements: 37cm high; 20cm wide; 16cm deep.
Porcelain clock by Gustav Becker serial no. for 1863. “Gustav Becker” clocks are known for their quality. 8 day. Measurements: 35x22x8cm.
Art Deco Onex Marble clock Garniture, French. 4 glass, with mercury pendulum. 8 day, striking on the hour and the half hour. 8 day movement striking on a gong. Circa 1920.
French Black Marble Mantle clock. Circa 1880. High quality with marble dial with gilt surround. 8 day. Outside countwheel, striking on a bell, on the hour and the half. The top flat, in order to allow owners own decorative figure to be displayed, if so wished. Measurements: 22h x 43w x 20 depth cms.
French server style porcelain Mantle clock/timepiece. Depicting two cherubs amongst flowers and creepers. Circa 1890. 8 day. Measurements: 31h x 17w x 14.5 depth cms.
French inlaid mahogany Mantle clock/timepiece. Circa 1890. 8 day. Measurements: 23h x 15w x 12depth cms.
Rouge marble gilt ormolu Mantle Clock / Stand, for Bronze or porcelain figure. The flat top can remain clear or show off a prized bronze etc. Circa 1880. Signed on the dial “J. Camelin Paris”. Outside countwheel, striking on a bell, on the hour and the half. Measurements: 15h x 27w x 21depth cm.
French Gilt Bronze Cartel Clock, with a 10.5 cm enamel dial. Signed on the dial “Samuel Marti, Paris”. Striking on a bell, on the hour and the half.Measurements: 40h x 18w x 10 depth cm.
SA Ref: 4MC08
Price: £750. Reserved
Art Deco walnut chiming Mantle Clock by the leading German maker Kieninger. Signed on the dial by the Maker: “Kieninger AJK”. Joseph Kieninger established Kieninger clocks 1912, in Mönchweiler near St. George. He was from the beginning very focused on producing mechanisms of the highest quality, before any mechanism left the factory Joseph personally inspected it himself. Circa 1930, 8 day Ting Tang chiming on the hour and half hour. Measurements : 29cm high; 60.5cm wide; 12cm deep.
Biedermeier style Vienna regulator, 19th century with single brass weight. Burr mahogany case. Circa 1895. dimensions: 109cm high; 31cm max wide; 13cm max deep.
A single chain fusee Dial / Station clock. Mahogany case, mechanism of 8 day duration. Cast brass bezel with bevelled glass. 12 inch enamel dial signed by “Clarke York”.
SA Price £550. Reserved
A Delf porcelain blue and white clock in the form of a miniature Grandfather Clock. A rare French example. 8 day. Approximately 32cm high
19th century Skeleton Clock with passing strike. With chain fusee movement.
An Early 19th century French Gilt Bronze Cartel Clock.
French Lacquered brass mantel clock with gilded 12 part dial with porcelain cartouches depicting the hours. Stamped on the movement, by the famous Clock maker: “JAPY FRERES,MEDAILLE DE BRONZE 1873” . 8 day movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, on the hour and the half. Circa: 1880.
Measurements : 38cm high; 26cm wide; 11cm deep.
Weight = 5.5 kilos. Postage within the UK for this clock £85.