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A small and attractive mahogany longcase clock, English, late 18th Century, movement and case associated 9¾-inch silvered dial signed Recordon & Emery, Charing Cross, London, subsidiary seconds and date dials, the rack and bell striking movement with anchor escapement and small barrels, the associated case with swan neck cresting to the drum hood, scale side frets, tear-drop trunk with shaped door

Mantel Clock (Pendule de chiminée), ca. 1757–60 Movement by the Workshop of Julien Le Roy (French, 1686–1759); Case by Joseph Baumhauer (French, active ca. 1749–72) Case: gilded and patinated bronze, on a base of oak veneered with ebony; Dial: white enamel with black numerals; Movement: brass and steel

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An ebonised fruitwood night timepiece, Italian, circa 1690 12in. x 10½in. dial painted with figures by a waterfall within a rural landscape, the upper section with an hour sector with quarter hour markings, the movement with circular plates, spring barrel and verge escapement, the case with swan-neck cresting and architectural surmount above side scrolls, the break-front base with a glazed panel, on bun feet

Drumhead Scottish Longcase Clock by Bryson (c. 1825 Scotland)

Monstrance Clock or Mirror Clock, ca. 1570 Made in Nuremberg, Germany Case of gilt bronze; dial of gilt brass; movement of steel

English 18C Mahogany Grandfather Clock with walnut and brass

English 18C Mahogany Grandfather Clock with walnut and brass

Cartel, or Wall Clock, ca. 1735–40 Movement by Étienne I Le Noir (French, 1675–1739) Case: soft-paste porcelain with gilt-bronze fittings; Dial: white enamel with blue numerals; Movement: brass and steel


Clock watch, ca. 1600-1610 Movement by Michael Nouwen, or Nouen (Flemish, active London, ca. 1600–1610) Case: gilded brass; Dial: gilded brass, with a blued steel hand; Movement: gilded brass and iron