Search

Cove Clocks Catalogue

Longcase Clocks

 
Items for Sale (8)  Sold Items

Total : 39 Page : Previous1234Next

 

Early 19th century, 8 day longcase clock by James Gregory from Basingstoke, Hampshire. Oak case with long locking front door. 12" square "Wilson" dial with calendar and seconds dial. Repair marks on dial back starting in 1813. Geometric pattern corners with small oval paintings. Original matching blued steel hands. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

6`6" height 12" square dial

SOLD

More information

longcase clock
Early 19th century 8 day longcase clock by William Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Oak case with long locking front door, break arch hood and finished with 3 ball finials. 12" arched, original white painted dial with geometric fan corners,and vignette in the arch depicting a maiden, a galleon and an anchor. The dial is marked with roman and arabic numerals and has subsidiary seconds and calendar dials. The hands are matching blued steel. The movement is of 8 day duration and strikes the hours on a bell.

7`3" height

SOLD

More information

Eight day longcase clock
Early 19th century 8 day longcase clock by John Ablitt and William Kirk, from Stowmarket, Suffolk. Mahogany case with 12" square white painted dial with arabic numerals, geometric patterns to dial corners and mouth calendar. Blued steel hands, with subsidiary seconds dial. Movement strikes the hours on a bell. Ablitt and Kirk were in partnership from 1810-1814.

79" height

SOLD

More information

Antique longcase clock
Late 18th century thirty hour longcase clock by John Barnish from Rochdale, Lancashire. Oak and mahogany crossbanded case with reeded canted corners.. Wilson dial with floral gessoed corners and birds of paradise in centre. Axehead lunar calendar, and day of month calendar, with dummy winding holes. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

6`9" height 13" square dial

SOLD

More information

longcase clock
Fine quality 18th century black lacquer longcase clock by Philip Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Brass dial with silvered and engraved subsidiary dials. Strike / silent facility in the arch. 8 day movement , striking the hours on a bell. Blued steel hands.

height 7`2"

SOLD

More information

lacquer longcase clock
Eighteenth century oak cased, single hand, thirty hour longcase clock by Philip Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Brass dial ten inch square, silvered and engraved with cast brass corner spandrels. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

76" height 10" square dial

SOLD

More information

Antique longcase clock by Philip Avenell
Oak cased 30 hour clock by Richard Stedman from Godalming, Surrey. 11" square brass dial with silvered and engraved chapter ring and dial centre. Matching blued steel hands. Movement strikes the hours on a bell. Previous owner history dating back to the 1940`s with the clock.

11" dial Height 6! 4"

SOLD

More information

Longcase clock
Mahogany cased 30 hour longcase clock by William Wynn from Farnham, Surrey. Original white painted, 11" square dial with arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. Dial corners decorated with flowers and geometric patterns. Original matching blued steel hands. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

6` 5" height

SOLD

More information

Longcase clock
Late 18th century oak cased 8 day longcase clock by William Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Finely engraved and silvered brass dial with makers name in arch. Subsidiary seconds and calendar dials. Matching blued steel hands. Original weights and typical Avenell brass strip pendulum.

12" x 16 1/2" dial.

SOLD

More information

Late 18th century Longcase clock
Late 18th / early 19th century eight day longcase clock by Johnson from Evesham, Worcestershire. Fine quality oak and mahogany crossbanded case with very delicate, profusely decorated chequer stringing. Dial by Francis Byrne (1780-1810), with shepherdess in an oval cartouche within dial arch, and floral corner decoration in the Wilson style. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

Height 7` 7"

SOLD

More information

Antique Longcase Clock
Early 19th century 30 hour longcase clock by Joseph Plowman from Chichester, Sussex. Pretty mahogany case with single ebony line above glazed door. 11" square dial with arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds and calendar dials. Movement strikes the hours on a bell. Cabinet maker Thomas Tate, stamp inside trunk door. Circa 1830

6`8" high

SOLD

More information

Early 19th Century Longcase Clock
Late 18th century 8 day oak cased longcase clock by Phillip Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Finely engraved silvered brass dial with centre calendar. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

12" square dial 6`7" height

SOLD

More information

Longcase clock by Phillip Avenell
Page : Previous1234Next