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Decorative Arts From 1860

Fine Art & Antiques

Tuesday 1st February 2011, 10:30 am

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View All Sections 1 - 384
Ceramics 1 - 56
Silver 60 - 114
Jewellery 115 - 138
Objets d'Art 145 - 172
General 173 - 174
Books 179 - 195
 
Maps and Ephemera 196 - 207
Prints & Engravings 215 - 221
Watercolours 223 - 236
Oil Paintings 237 - 252
Clocks 260 - 271
Carpets and Rugs 275 - 279
Furniture 285 - 384


Clocks Pages 1 
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No.
Description Estimate Hammer
Price
Clocks
260 A chinoiserie decorated black lacquer longcase clock, moulded hood, the door decoration with figures on terraces, swordsmen and a boat, with a glazed window, square brass dial signed Henry Meteor, London with silvered chapter ring, second dial and date aperture, cast spandrels with cherubs and coronets, eight-day movement, rack-striking on a bell, height 221cm, (87"). £1000-1500 £2900
261 An oak longcase clock, broken swan-neck pediment, long door with a glass window, plinth base, square brass dial signed Thomas Hefford, Royston, with silvered chapter ring, with a date aperture, cast cherub and coronet spandrels, thirty-hour movement, striking on a bell, (refurbished case), 221cm, (87"). £600-800 £450
262 An oak and mahogany longcase case, broken swan-neck pediment, the frieze with panelling and parquetry stringing, short door with shell marquetry oval, plinth base, arched painted dial signed Philip Beard, Devonport, with a moon phase to the lunette, subsidiary second dial and date aperture, the spandrels painted with anchor motifs, eight-day movement, striking on a bell, (refurbished), height 214cm, (84"). £700-900 £500
263 A Congreve type rolling ball clock, after a design by John Wilding, square open platform with fluted columns, single fusee movement, three silvered chapter rings, five-pointed finials, width 32cms, (12˝"), height 41cms, (16"). £400-600 £600
264 An oak longcase clock, casket hood with three brass finials, carved frieze, long door, ogee bracket feet, square brass dial signed John Woolley Codnor, with date aperture, cast mask head and scrolled spandrels, eight-day movement, striking on a bell, 130cm, (90˝"). £1500-2000 £1300
265 A George III mahogany longcase clock, with an arched hood, brass urn finials, engaged fluted Corinthian columns with gilt metal capitals and bases, arched door with ebony stringing, bracket feet, the arched painted dial signed Plowman, Chichester, with a moon phase to the lunette, subsidiary second dial and date aperture, painted coronets to the spandrels, day two chain movement, striking on a bell, 232cms (91˝"). £700-1000 £650
266 An oak longcase clock, the hood with a moulded cornice, long door with an arch, bracket feet, square painted dial signed T. Heighton, Kettering, with floral spandrels, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, height 198cm, (78"). £300-400 £260
267 A French lacquered brass carriage clock, white enamelled dial, signed A. Souter, Dundee, platform escapement, 12.5cms, (5"). £80-120 £70
268 An oak longcase clock, moulded arched hood, arched door with narrow mahogany banding, plinth base, arched brass dial signed William Kemp Lews, with silvered chapter ring, subsidiary second dial and date aperture, strike silent dial to the lunette, cast urn and scrolled spandrels, eight-day movement, striking on a bell, height 204cm, (80˝"). £1500-2000 £1300
269 A Victorian rosewood stick barometer, signed "Wheeler, Kettering", ivorine charts, bow fronted cistern cover, height 91cm, (36"). £400-600 £360
270 A French gilt metal champlevé enamel and porcelain three-piece clock garniture, circa 1900, the clock of hexagonal section, with a campana finial and cast clustered foliate pinnacles, bevelled glass door enclosing a porcelain dial, painted with a cherub, Arabic numerals, flanked by tall panels, each painted with a maiden and signed, "Le Franc", supplementary panel below, French cylinder movement striking on a gong, 38cms, (15") and a pair of matching ornamental urns, cherub mask and scroll handles, painted with maidens, cherubs, signed, "Collat, 25cms, (10"), (2). £2000-3000 £6000
271 An oak longcase clock, squat hood, arcaded door, canted corners with stringing, plinth base, square brass dial, signed D. Shrelkeld, Newcastle, with subsidiary second dial, cast mask head and foliate spandrels, eight-day movement, striking on a bell, adapted, 188cms, (74"). £700-1000 £750
Clocks Pages 1 


Viewing Category Lots
 
Viewing Category Lots
View All Sections 1 - 384
Ceramics 1 - 56
Silver 60 - 114
Jewellery 115 - 138
Objets d'Art 145 - 172
General 173 - 174
Books 179 - 195
 
Maps and Ephemera 196 - 207
Prints & Engravings 215 - 221
Watercolours 223 - 236
Oil Paintings 237 - 252
Clocks 260 - 271
Carpets and Rugs 275 - 279
Furniture 285 - 384

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