Here is a selection of the quality antique Bracket / Mantel Clocks we have for sale.If you would like further information about any of these clocks please telephone (01926 400630) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Early verge bracket clock
Good late 17th century ebony veneered basket top bracket clock. 7 inch square dial strike/silent at 12. Signed Edmund Day, London in chapter ring. Repousse side windows. Twin fusee verge escapement movement with exposed set up clicks on backplate. Pull repeat quarters on 5 bells. Circa 1695. Excellent fully restored condition.
This clock is now sold but we are currently restoring similar quality early bracket clocks for sale.
The backplate on this early verge bracket clock is profusely engraved.
clocks in for restoration earlier this year.
Good early pre 1700 bracket clock signed on backplate Edward Burgis, London. Ebony veneered case with gilt mounts, 7 inch dial, twin early fusees with exposed ratchets, verge escapement, pull quarter repeating on 2 bells. Five pillar fully latched movement of super quality. For a similar movement see Early English Clocks, Dawson, drover, Parkes, plate 557/8. Good originality and a superb investment....£23,000
Always collecting early bracket clocks , enquire for current stock levels. Sold with or without restoration. Usually six in stock at any one time.
Good quality Three train mahogany musical bracket clock by John Taylor London. In original condition with verge escapement, three fusees driven a six tune cylinder with 12 hammers on 12 bells. 8 inch brass dial. Good original condition. now sold.
Fabulous satinwood and fan inlay, triple pad top, three train fusee bracket clock signed on fired white enamel dial John Grant, London. Movement signed on backplate , playing quarters on eight bells. Now sold..
Small mahogany english library clock. this one now sold, three others in stock at moment, please enquire.
A good quality pre 1700 bracket clock signed on backplate, John Wise, London. Twin fusees with early exposed clicks, verge escapement, with unique quarter repeating work that runs off the striking train. See Early English Clocks, Dawson, Drover Parkes, plate 551. The ebony case and gilt mounts in a compact case of super quality and originality. A good investment ..............................................£24,000.
Good Georgian bell top bracket clock with twin fusees and verge escapement. Brass dial signed in cartouche, James Tregent, London, with concentric date ring . Engraved backplate. In a burr walnut case of lovely colour and patination. now sold
Small gilt english fusee library clock in Vulliamy style. Fired enamel dial. signed Yonge and Son Strand. £2200.
Small gothic style regency library clock with gilt engine turned dial , small fusee movement unsigned. £1900
Very pretty small domed top bracket clock signed on 6 inch painted dial and movement, Barwise. London. Inlays of rosewood and boxwood. Single pad top. Engraved backplate signed in cartouche. Striking on a bell. 13 inches tall. £11,000
Good early bracket clock by Thomas Taylor circa 1690. Shallow dome top, early top moulding to case. Movemnt and repeating work of style used by Henry Jones, tulip engraved back plate with exposed set up clicks. Pull repeat on one bell. £28,000.