"Yearsley" of Harrow 12" Fusee Dial Clock A Victorian mahogany dial clock made mid to late 1800's. The clock case is particularly well proportioned with a narrow wooden surround framing the 12" dial and brass bezel. The case also features lower and side access doors typical of fusee Dial clocks. The lower section of the
Westminster Chiming Grandmother Clock Walnut Grandmother Clock A lovely quality 1920 /30’s Walnut Grandmother clock. This clock was made by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co Ltd, situated at 112 Regent Street, London. This name and address is finely engraved either side of the VI on the chapter ring. The clock stands only 5’ 6” (167cm)
Skeleton Clock A nicely proportioned fusee Skeleton clock. This fully restored clock sits on its original mahogany base and under a glass dome. The movement features a single blow passing strike and an engraved and silvered chapter ring. Although difficult to date I estimate this clock as late Victorian or Edwardian. If further details are
French Carriage Clock This is a late Victorian / Edwardian brass cased carriage clock. It is typically French, in a brass case with opening rear door and beveled glass all round. The enamel dial is in good condition and features arabic minute markers at 5 minute intervals. The 8 day movement is a simple timepiece
Gothic Bracket ClockGothic Bracket Clock A Fabulous solid oak gothic revival bracket clock with original matching bracket. Built around 1870 by Wm McGregor of Edinburgh. The fine quality three train fusee clock movement features original chain linkage between barrels. It Chimes each quarter on eight bells and strikes the hour on a lovely resonant gong.
1940,s Smiths Dial Clock A 1940's Smiths Dial Clock. The clock surround is constructed from nice quality mahogany and has been restored to it's original rich colour and french polished. The movement is protected by a simple slim back box. There are none of the doors you would expect from a fusee Dial Clock. The