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Kembery Antique Clocks Wall Clocks Stock

Text last updated 18th November 2017


A variety of antique wall clocks including English Fusee Dial clocks, Vienna wall clocks and Continental Wall examples.

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J. PRICE, RHAYADER

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A Welsh fusee dial clock with a 12" painted dial with a cast brass bezel surround in a mahogany case. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. James Price of Rhayader is listed in Peates "Clock and Watchmakers in Wales" book as working 1830-1887. This example is circa. 1840.


Width 14"/36 cms Depth 5 1/2"/14 cms

 

£ 770 (US $ 1023) (Euro 863)

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SMITHS CHROME SHIPS WALL CLOCK

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An English chrome cased ships wall clock. An opening front bezel with thick bevelled glass. A 6" painted dial in original condition with subsidiary seconds. Slow/Fast regulator to the dial between XII. An 8-day duration timepiece mechanism signed 'Smiths Astral'. Circa 1935.

Width 7 " / 18 cms

Depth 3 1/2 " / 9 cms

£ 195 (US$ 259) (Euro 221)

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JAMES KEBBY, TAUNTON TWIN FUSEE WALL CLOCK

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A Somerset double fusee dropdial wall clock with a convex painted dial. A cast brass bezel with a convex glass in a rosewood case with the original side carvings. Brass case inlays and a visible pendulum aperture. An 8-day duration twin fusee mechanism striking the hours on a bell of good quality.

The convex dial is signed 'James Kebby, Taunton'. The clock dates to circa 1840.

Height 22 "/ 56 cms Width 16 "/ 41 cms Depth 6 "/ 16 cms.

 

£ 1650 (US$ 2194) (Euro 1864)

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STEVENSON, LEICESTER, DROPDIAL TWIN FUSEE WALL CLOCK

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A rarer twin fusee dropdial wall clock. A rosewood case with fine inlaid mother of pearl detailing. Hand carved walnut side decorations. Pendulum aperture to the bottom of the case with a brass surround. A twin fusee movement of 8-day duration striking the hours on a bell. A 12" painted dial signed 'Stevenson, Leicester'.

Stevenson of Leicester is listed in Loomes' 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working from 1855-1864.

Height 26 " / 65 cms

Width 16"/ 40 cms

Depth 6 " / 15 cms.

£ 1375 (US$ 1763) (Euro 1524)

 

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GEORGIAN TAVERN WALL CLOCK, GREEN BRISTOL.

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An English Regency period Tavern wall clock. A 22" wooden dial with brass counterbalanced hands. A well proportioned mahogany case with the original side carvings. An opening trunk door and base with twin side doors behind the dial. An 8-day duration mechanism, single weight driven. The original pendulum and lovely original shaped weight. The case and dial have not been over restored through the years and is presented in 'aged condition'.

Thomas Green of Bristol worked at Chapel Row, Long Rooms, Hotwells and Portland Place from 1771-1824. Illustrations are shown of longcase and bracket clocks in A J Moores' 'Bristol Clockmakers' book. Interestingly it states he also worked in All Saints Lane next door to the Rummer Tavern.

Height 48 " / 122 cms

Width 22 "/ 56 cms

Depth 7 " / 18 cms.

£ 6750 (US$ 8977) (Euro 7628)

 

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FRENCH BOULLE WALL CLOCK

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A quality French wall clock with red tortoiseshell. Ebonised case mouldings with applied bronze decorative castings. A blue and white porcelain plaque. A 9" dial with individual enamel numeral cartouches. An 8-day duration mechanism striking the 1/2 hours and hours on a gong. Circa 1880.

Height 21" / 68 cms

Width 18" / 47 cms

 

£ 875 (US$ 1121) (Euro 983)

 

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WELSH FUSEE DIAL CLOCK

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A Welsh fusee dial wall clock. A golden oak case with concave and convex moulded edging. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands, A brass bezel surround. An 8-day duration fusee timepiece mechanism with tapered plates. Dial signed H H Gibson, Pontypridd. Circa 1895.

Width 16" / 40 cms

 

£ 735 (US$ 978) (Euro 831)

 

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ARMSTRONG, MANCHESTER FUSEE DIAL CLOCK

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An English fusee dial clock. A mahogany case with brass bezel surround. A 12" painted dial signed 'Thoms Armstrong, Manchester'. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism.

Thomas Armstrong of Manchester is listed in Loomes' 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working in 1873.

Width 14" / 37 cms

£ 720 (US$ 923) (Euro 810)

 

 

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THOMAS GATH & CO , BRISTOL DIAL CLOCK

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A Bristol dial clock. A 12" painted dial signed 'Gath & Co Bristol'. A mahogany case with a brass bezel surround. A quality tapered plate timepiece mechanism of 8-day duration. Circa 1885.

Thomas Gath was born in Taunton in 1807. He worked in Small Street, Bristol from 1846 until 1885.

Width 15 1/2" / 40 cms

 

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GPO FUSEE DIAL CLOCK

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An original GPO English fusee dial clock. A mahogany case with brass bezel surround. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Matching serial number to the case and pendulum, 1491. Circa 1950.

Width 14 1/2 " / 37 cms

 

£ 625 (US$ 801) (Euro 708)

 

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WILLIAM CAM, LONDON VERGE LANTERN CLOCK

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An original 17th century English lantern clock. The original verge escapement with side 'wings' with fretwork tops. Well cast spandrels, the central one engraved 'William Cam Londini Fecit'. A silvered chapter ring and well engraved dial centre. The original alarm work with central disc.

William Cam of London is recorded in Loomes 'The Early Clockmakers of Great Britain' book as being free of the Clockmakers Company in 1686 and died in 1698. He states a lantern clock is recorded signed 'William Cam Londini Fecit'. This clock has come direct from a private collection where it has been since purchased in the 1960's. It has lovely old patina and is in relatively 'untouched' condition.

Height 14 1/2 " / 37 cms

 

£ 9,500 (US$ 12,262) (Euro 10,703)

 

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GEORGE CLARKE, LEADENHALL STREET, LONDON

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A Georgian verge lantern clock by noted maker George Clarke of Leadenhall Street, London. He was known for making clocks for the Turkish Ottoman Empire. This example has crescent moons worked into the corner spandrels and the original fine quality crescent moon side doors. The original finial and cast bell. The original verge escapement to the 30 hour duration rope driven mechanism. Made to be wall hanging or can be mounted on the supplied later well made oak bracket. Circa 1745.

George Clarke of Leadenhall Street in London is recorded in Baillies' 'Clockmakers and Watchmakers of The World' book as working 1725-1787. A fine table clock, Turkish market clock and a clock in a museum is noted.

Height (to top finial) 14" / 36 cms Width 8 " / 20 cms Depth 7 " / 18 cms.

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ENGLISH FUSEE DIAL CLOCK MELVILLE BATH

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An English fusee dial clock. A mahogany case with brass bezel surround. A 12" painted dial with blued steel hands signed 'Melville, Weston, Bath'. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1885.

Width 14" / 37 cms

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CAMERER CUSS, LONDON FUSEE DIAL CLOCK

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An English fusee dial clock in a mahogany case with key opening and a cast brass bezel surround. The original 12" painted dial signed by the maker, with blued steel spade hands. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Circa 1860.

Width 14" / 36 cms Depth 6" / 15 cms.

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GREENER LONDON CONVEX DIAL FUSEE

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An Engish convex dial fusee wall clock. An octagonal mahogany case with fine brass inlays. A cast brass bezel with convex glass. An offset winding hole to the 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism with shaped plates.

William Greener of London is recorded in Loomes' 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working in 1863.

Width 16 1/2 " / 42cms

Depth 5 " / 13 cms

£ 875 (US$ 1122) (Euro 983)

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A GPO FUSEE DIAL CLOCK .

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An octagonal GPO fusee dial clock. A mahogany case with top and bottom opening doors. A cast brass bezel to the 12" painted dial signed 'GPO'. An 8-day duration timepiece fusee mechanism. Matching numbers to the pendulum and mechanism. Circa 1940.

Overall Width 14" / 37 cms

£ 575 (US$ 737) (Euro 649)

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A WALNUT DIAL CLOCK .

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An English dial clock with a walnut surround. The original chrome bezel to the 12" original painted dial. An 8-day duration timepiece mechanism. Circa 1920.

Overall Width 14" / 37 cms

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A DECORATIVE INLAID DIAL WALL CLOCK .

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An original mother of pearl inlaid wall clock. Fine detailing with floral decorations to the case with a wavy shaped surround. A 12" painted dial with brass bezel. An 8-day duration timepiece mechanism. Circa 1890.

Overall Width 15" / 39 cms

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