Fine Furniture, Clocks, Bronzes & Effects
A Fine Quality Walnut Chiming Bracket Clock by Elliott of London, numbered 196/250 and made for the crown jewelers Garrard Regent Street London to commemorate the anniversary of the London clock maker Daniel Quare. The three train fusee movement playing three tunes with month duration, and fitted with an automatic mute from 10pm until 6am. The caddy top surmounted by pierced brass handle incorporating the initial DQ. The 7 inch (18 cms) brass dial with a Westminster/Whittington/Winchester chime dial in the arch, small fast/slow and chime/silent subsidiary dials above the chapter ring with a matted centre and decorative spandrels.
Sold For: £3500.00
A Pair of Louis XV Style Bronze Candelabra in the form of brown patinated cherubs knelt down on round marble bases with bands of pierced decoration and laurel cast feet. Each figure swagged in a billowing drape and holding aloft a foliated twin branch bearing candle cups.
Sold For: £1900.00
A 19th Century Louis XV Style Tortoiseshell Mantel Clock with gilt bronze mounts. The movement striking a bell and stamped Japy Frères & Cie Medaille d'honneur and TROTIG HAVRE. The enameled dial signed Ant Roetig Paris with Roman numerals counting the hours and arabics counting the minutes set out in a segmented border. The shaped case clad in golden tortoiseshell veneers and enriched with scrolling foliate mounts. The pediment surmounted by an open cast Rococo crest, 18 ins (46 cms) in height.
Sold For: £950.00
A Small Louis XV Style Mantel Vernis Martin Mantel Clock painted with a romantic couple in landscape and sprays of flowers on a gilt ground and having Rococo scrolling gilt metal mounts and an asymmetric scrolling urn finial. The porcelain dial signed EDWARDS & SONS GLASGOW with Roman numerals counting the hours and an outer segmented band of arabics counting the minutes. The movement stamped Medaille d'argent and striking a gong.
Sold For: £460.00
A Pair of Louis XVI Style Marble & Gilt Bronze Candlesticks. Each having a tapering rose marble column supporting two down-swept foliate-scroll branches bearing beaded candle-cups with a seeding finial surmount to the centre. The moulded square plinths raised on cast bun feet,10½ ins (27 cms) in height.
Sold For: £260.00
A Late 18th Century Dutch Clock Movement mounted in a 19th Century glass panelled rectangular case, having a round convex enamelled dial 7 ins (18 cms) in diameter on a brass back plate engraved with scrolling foliage and a fusee movement with crown escapement striking the hours and quarters on two bells.
Sold For: £600.00
A Fine 19th Century Chiming Bracket Clock with repeater by Brockbank & Atkins of Cornhill. The splendid flame mahogany case having a swept dome top ornamented with a carved wrythen whorl to the front draped in curved reeds. The deep cyma-recta moulded base above a rectangular plinth raised on squat bun feet. The 7½ inch (19 cm) round enamel dial with Roman numerals counting the hours, signed Brockbank & Atkins LONDON 2210; the name & number also engraved into the brass back-plate with the number repeated on the original winding key. 17½ inches (45 cms) in height.
Sold For: £1500.00
A 19th Century Inlaid Mahogany Balloon Clock. The round dial signed E Parry Llandilo. The case inlaid with boxwood stringing and a decorative urn of flowers in a green stained navette panel to the front. The sides mounted with brass lion-mask ring handles, and standing 17 ins (43 cms) high on gadrooned brass bracket feet.
Sold For: £1150.00
A Large 19th Century Chiming Bracket Clock striking 8 bells and a gong. The silvered dial engraved with subsidiary Cambridge/Westminster Chimes and Chime/Silent dials in the arch amidst scrolling foliate decoration. The ebonised case with ornate gilt metal mounts, entwined serpent handles to the sides above open cast arch-topped grills, floral garlands hanging down the canted corners and ornamental spandrels to the door, Standing 29 ins (74 cms) in height on cast claw feet.
Sold For: £0.00
Two Wall Mounted Clocks with silvered dials incorporating subsidiary seconds dials mounted in moulded oak frames 10 ins (26 cms) in diameter, and a holosteric barometer and wall clock mounted in a carved oak frame in the form of an anchor 20 ins (51 cms) in length.
Sold For: £150.00
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