Search

Cove Clocks Catalogue

Clocks

 
Items for Sale (62)  Sold Items

Total : 162 Page : Previous1234567891011121314Next

 

Late Victorian 8 day mahogany cased fusee wall clock by Theedom from South Farnborough, Hampshire. Original painted dial with blued steel hands, protected by a glazed spun bezel. 2 piece case secured with 4 pegs. Locking bottom door, and pendulum locating side door.

12" dial

SOLD

More information

fusee wall clock
Mahogany cased 10" dial chain fusee wall clock supplied to the London Brighton South Coast Railway in 1912 by John Jennings. Numbered 1088B this clock was allocated to the telegraph office at Lewes station. The 2 piece mahogany case has 1088B stamped onto the back of the backbox. The backbox has its original locking bottom door and pendulum access side door. The overpainted dial with John Walkers` name and red 24 hour numerals is completely original. The clock also retains its original blued steel hands and glazed cast brass bezel. The movement backplate is stamped JJ, for John Jennings. This is one of 30 clocks supplied to the LBSCR by Jennings.

SOLD

More information

LBSCR fusee wall clock
19th century mahogany cased 30 hour longcase clock by William Mannings from Steyning, Sussex. Pretty painted 12" square dial with additional seconds and calendar dials. Matching original blued steel hands. Case retains the original trunk door lock, and hood door catch. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

12" square dial 6'8" height

SOLD

More information

 longcase clock by William Mannings from Steyning,
19th century 8 day fusee wall clock by Dent, Strand, London, and numbered 1670. 12" re painted dial (original dial pictures available) Mahogany 2 piece case, with locking bottom door and pendulum access side door. Locking cast brass and bevelled glazed door protecting dial. Blued steel spade hands. Line fusee movement.

12" dial

SOLD

More information

Fusee wall clock
Mid 19th century single fusee "5 glass" library clock of small proportions by John Creed Jennens and son from Great Sutton Street, London. 4" square silvered and engraved dial, with blued steel spade hands. Ebonised case with pad feet. Bevelled glazed side and top windows. Locking back door. Chain fusee anchor escapement movement with "London" regulating pendulum.

10" high

SOLD

More information

fusee library clock
20th century 8" dial wall clock with George 6th cipher. Mahogany case also stamped with cipher. Astral movement with platform escapement.

8" dial

SOLD

More information

wall clock
Mid 19th century mahogany cased fusee drop dial wall clock by James Trist, from Braddons Row, Torquay, Devon. 12" original painted convex dial protected by a locking cast brass bezel. Fine blued steel spade hands. Case trunk has finely carved ears. The glazed pendulum aperture is surrounded with brass line and boxwood inlay. Trunk is radiused to the wall with locking bottom door. Line fusee movement has shaped shouldered plates, separated by heavy knopped pillars.

12" dial

SOLD

More information

 Fusee wall clock
Early 19th century 30 hour longcase clock by John Wood from Stroud, Gloucestershire. 11" square painted dial with floral corner decoration. Subsidiary calendar and seconds dials. Blued steel hands. Movement strikes the hours on a bell. Oak case with inlaid shell paterae on door.

Height 6` 3"

SOLD

More information

 Longcase clock
Mid 18th century thirty hour single hand longcase clock by Phillip Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Nicely proportioned and coloured oak case. Ten inch square brass dial with engraved and silvered chapter ring and dial centre. With roccoco style spandrels and a single blued steel hand. Movement strikes the hours on a bell.

6`3" height 10" square dial

SOLD

More information

Longcase clock
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 trunk dial fusee wall clock by Handley and Moore, Clerkenwell close, London. Mahogany 2 piece case with large curved locking bottom door and 2 side access doors. The case has a long trunk with early style of carved ears, and a single astrigal moulding. 12" silvered and engraved brass dial protected by locking glazed, cast brass concave bezel. Blued steel Handley and Moore style hands. 8 day single fusee movement numbered and marked 3416. Shaped shouldered movement plates separated by large knopped pillars. Front dial feet rivetted directly to front plate. Typical steel rod pendulum.

12" dial 23" total length

SOLD

More information

fusee wall clock
Page : Previous1234567891011121314Next