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Kembery Antique Clocks Barometers Stock

Text last updated 20th April 2018


A large selection of Antique barometers from mercury wheel barometers, antique stick barometers and aneroid ones. All Antique barometers
are carefully overhauled,tested and calibrated, barographs also stocked. WE PERSONALLY DELIVER EACH BAROMETER - PLEASE CONTACT FOR A QUOTE.

WE CAN SKYPE, WHATSAPP OR FACETIME AND SHOW YOU THE BAROMETER IN MORE DETAIL . PLEASE PHONE 0117 956 5281 TO ORDER OR ENQUIRE

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ANTIQUE ANEROID BAROMETERS AND THERMOMETERS SECTION


 

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AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY BAROGRAPH ross, london

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A walnut cased barograph. A good quality example with 7 chamber vacuum. Bevelled glass panels to the case with twin compartment sliding drawer for chart storage. A provenance with silver plaque presented by 'The Council of Rhodesia Tobacco Assc. 1934-1955'.

Width 14 1/2 / 37 cm

Height 8 1/2 " / 22 cm Depth 9" / 23 cm

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STEWARD, LONDON, BAROGRAPH

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An English barograph. A mahogany case with ogee bracket feet. A twin chamber with bronzed platform signed 'JH Steward, Strand, London'. Circa 1930.

Height 7 1/2 " / 19cms.

Width 15" / 38cms

Depth 9 " / 23cms.

£ 495 (US$ 634) (Euro 584)

 

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KENSINGTON CARVED ANEROID BAROMETER

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A late Victorian aneroid barometer. A well carved golden oak case in a leaf design. An enamel dial with scale from 27 to 31 and visible mechanism to the centre. A brass bezel surround. Circa 1895

Height 9 1/2 " / 24 cms Width 9 1/2 " / 24 cms Depth 2 1/2 " / 6 cms.

 

£ 125 (US$ 176) (Euro 141)

 

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WHITEHOUSE, PIMLICO POCKET BAROMETER

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A quality English pocket barometer. A brass case with bronze patination. A silvered dial signed 'J Whitehouse, Warwick St, Pimlico' covered by bevelled glass. A rotating bezel. Circa 1890.

Height/Width 2 3/4 " / 7 cms Depth 1 " / 3 cms.

£ 195 (US$ 250) (Euro 230)

 

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1906 SILVER ANEROID BAROMETER

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A good quality English Birmingham 1906 hallmarked silver aneroid barometer. Rococo decorations to the case and a visible mechanism to the dial centre.

Silver barometers are seldom seen and this is a very nice example.

Height/Width 6 1/2 " / 17 cms Depth 1 1/2" / 4 cms.

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ANTIQUE MERCURY WHEEL BAROMETERS SECTION

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A rosewood mercury barometer BY EVANS, WELSHPOOL.

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A Victorian rosewood mercury wheel barometer. Choice grain to the case with hygrometer, thermometer, convex mirror, main dial & level. Silvered engraved dials. The level signed by maker 'Evans Welspool'.

Circa 1870.

Height 37" / 95 cms Width 10" / 16 cms Depth 2" / 5 cms

£ 375 (US$ 480) (Euro 442)

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G BROGGI, CHELMSFORD

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A Georgian mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with an architectural pediment and original brass finial. Fine inlays to the case and banding to the edges.

Gillando Broggi of Chelmsford is listed in Banfields 'Barometer Makers and Retailers book as working from 1815-1845. This example date to circa 1820.

Height 39" / 98 cms Width 10" / 26 cms Depth 2" / 5 cms

£ 485 (US$ 676) (Euro 549)

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ANTHONY RIVOLTA, LONDON GEORGIAN BAROMETER.

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A Georgian mahogany mercury wheel barometer with an architectural pediment and original brass finial. Choice grain to the case with marquetry shell and fan inlays. Satinwood banded case edging. Well engraved silvered dials. The main dial signed 'A RIVOLTA, WARANTEED'.

Anthony Rivolta of 32, Brooke Street, High Holborn is recorded as working from 1822-1845. This example dates to circa 1825-30.

Height 38" / 97 cms Width 10" / 26 cms Depth 2" / 5 cms

£ 485 (US$ 688) (Euro 552)

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A VICTORIAN mercury barometer.

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A Victorian mahogany mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with swan - neck pediment to the case with hygrometer, thermometer, convex mirror, main dial & level. Silvered engraved dials. The level signed 'Warranteed Correct'. A squared base section.

Circa 1870.

Height 37" / 95 cms Width 10" / 26 cms Depth 2" / 5 cms

£ 375 (US$ 476) (Euro 423)

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J. LAFRANCHO, LUDLOW MERCURY BAROMETER

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A mercury wheel barometer with swan neck pediment and original brass finial. Choice grain to the case with hygrometer, thermometer, main dial & level. Well engraved silvered dials. The level signed 'LAFRANCHO, LUDLOW'.

Joseph Lafrancho of Ludlow is recorded in Banfileds' 'Barometer Makers and Retailers' book as working from 1815-1850. This example dates to circa 1835.

Height 37 " / 96 cms Width 10" / 26 cms Depth 3 " / 6 cms

£ 425 (US$ 603) (Euro 484)

 

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T FOSTER, TIVERTON GEORGIAN MERCURY BAROMETER

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A Georgian mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with an architectural pediment and original brass finial. Fine marquetry inlays to the case and banding to the edges. A bone set knob below the dial. Well silvered engraved thermometer and main dial.

Thomas Foster of Tiverton is listed in Ponsfords 'Devon Clockmakers' book as working from 1823-1856. This example dates to circa 1830.

Height 39" / 98 cms Width 10" / 26 cms Depth 2" / 5 cms

£ 475 (US$ 674) (Euro 542)

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ANTIQUE MERCURY STICK BAROMETERS SECTION

 

 

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A RARE ANGLE STICK BAROMETER.

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A rare Georgian angle or 'sign post' stick barometer. A fine mahogany case with parquetry fan inlays. A stepped base with opening door to the bulb cistern. A very well engraved silvered scale with slide scale indicator at the top. Circa 1800.

The angle barometer was invented around 1680 and was a way of 'scale magnification' and showed the movement of weather in greater detail. These inclined stick barometers are seldom seen and this is a very good example.

Height 36" / 91 cms

Width 29 " / 74 cms Depth 3" / 7 cms

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LAWSON & SON, BRIGHTON STICK BAROMETER

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A Victorian stick barometer. An oak case with a moulded pediment and cavetto cornice moulding. A central mercury thermometer box. Double vernier scales to the main dial signed 'LAWSON & SON, OLD STREET, BRIGHTON'. Two scale adjusters below the dial and a circular moulded cover to the cistern.

Thomas Lawson & Son are recorded in Loomes 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working from 1870-1878 in Brighton.

Height 38" / 95 cms Width 5 " / 13 cms Depth 2 1/2" / 7 cms.

£ 675 (US$ 958) (Euro 769)

 

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ADIE, EDINBURGH

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A 20th century marine stick barometer on a rotating brass gimball. A slim mahogany case with brass cistern cover. An opening hinged dial cover with thermometer and well engraved scales. Signed to the silvered plate 'Adie, Edinborough no 378'. A good quality reproduction.

Height 37 " / 94 cms

Width 1 1/2 " / 4 cms

£ 785 (US$ 1006) (Euro 927)

 

 

 

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WHITE & BARR GLASGOW STICK BAROMETER .

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A Scottish Victorian period mercury stick barometer. A well carved pediment and bevelled glass to the dial. The original vernier scale adjuster to the mahogany case. A mercury thermometer to the case middle and the original carved cistern cover to the base. The dial is signed 'White & Barr, Glasgow'

James White of Glasgow was in partnership with Barr from 1857-1859 and worked at Renfield Street and Gordon Street. He was instrument maker to the University of Glasgow. Circa 1858.

Height 40 " / 102 cms

Width 5 " / 13 cms

Depth 2 1/2 / 6 cms

£ 750 (US$ 1004) (Euro 847)

 

 

 

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TAGLIABUE & TORRE GEORGIAN STICK BAROMETER.

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A fine quality London Georgian period stick barometer. An architectural pediment with the original bone finial. A mahogany case with matched veneers and satinwood banded case edging. The original circular bulb cistern cover. A very well engraved silvered dial with slide indicator and the original bulb thermometer.

The dial is signed 'Tagliabue & Torre, 294 High Holborn London' and are noted makers of quality. They are well documented in Goodisons 'The History of Domestic Barometers' book and the partnership was 1799-1802. Other family members continued after this.

Height 39" / 97 cms

Width 5 " / 13 cms Depth 2" / 6 cms

£ 1350 (US$ 1908) (Euro 1539)

 

 

 

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ADMIRAL FITZROY BAROMETER

Carriage Clocks

A golden oak cased Admiral Fitzroy barometer. A well carved pediment. Twin brass slide indicators. Backpaper with weather predictions, mercury tube, thermometer and storm tube all in good condition. Circa 1870.

Height 46 " / 117 cms Width 10 " / 26 cms Depth 3 " / 8 cms.

£ 495 (US$ 664) (Euro 559)

 

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ADMIRAL FITZROY POLYTECHNIC BAROMETER

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An Admiral Fitzroy Polytechnic barometer. A silvered dial with vernier adjusters to each side. A thermometer, storm tube and instructions visible through the case glass. A well carved golden oak case. Circa 1890

Height 42 " / 107 cms Width 9 1/2 " / 24 cms Depth 3 " / 7 cms.

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We also have other barometers which are undergoing restoration.

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