Bracket clocks were clocks that were supplied with an accompanying bracket matching the style of clock, that was fixed to the wall for the clock to stand on. Sometimes the bracket contained a compartment or drawer for key. Many of these clock have probably been separated from their brackets, and nowadays it is a more general term applied to a clock designed for sitting on a mantle.
A Late Victorian Ebonised Eight Bell Bracket Clock, the Dial Signed Pridham and Sons, Torquay, Circa 1880, With a triple fusee movement, quarter striking with eight bells and striking gong on the hour, the silvered Roman numeral dial and subsidiary dials f
A Regency mahogany bracket clock by James Edwards of London, the rectangular case with decorative brass inlay including stringing, the stepped top with gilt finial, the cream painted dial with black painted numerals, gilt captured ring side handles and dec
Selfridge London Victorian Westminster chime oak bracket clock with a three train movement, pierced sound grills, column front, fine gilt & silvered dial, strike/silent option & chime on eight bells, with original bracket, with a key & pendulum. Condition,
A 19th century walnut and oak cased single fusee bracket clock, signed Richard Hughes, Carnarvon, the silvered Roman numeral chapter ring with arcaded seconds and subsidiary date dial, on an engraved brass background with applied Arabesque ornamentation, (
A brass mounted bracket clock, 20th century, within a walnut veneered case of compact proportions, the brass back plate and silvered dial enclosed behind glazed shaped door, surmounted by four acorn finials, and supported on four scroll feet, 33 cm high
A Victorian mahogany two train bracket clock together with bracket, J. Orams, circa 1870, (2), the rectangular mahogany case with applied foliate scroll carving, surmounted by a bust of a man, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the two train movemen
An English mahogany and gilt brass mounted bracket clock, Dwerrihouse, London, circa 1830, the arched hood surmounted by a gilded handle, pierced fabric backed side panels, stepped platform base and bracket feet, the arched brass dial with strike/silent su
A 19th century French boulle large bracket clock, the sarcophagus form top with classic ormolu figured finial of a gent seated upon a ball/globe, the arch top door enclosing the gilded dial with white ormolu hour panels with cobalt blue Roman numerals, the
A Georgian mahogany bracket clock, dial marked: 'Jn. D. Houison, London', with eight day bell striker, anchor movement, the case with brass fretwork side door panels; glass door panel rear of clock. Height 43.5 cm
A triple fusee walnut bracket clock together with bracket, late 19th century, (2) having a Palladian pediment to the case, flanked by fluted rosewood pilasters, supported on a stepped reverse breakfront case, chiming the quarters on eight bells or four gon
A fine and rare ebony veneered striking bracket clock with pull quarter repeat, Henry Jones, London, circa 1685, (3) the domed caddy top with cast 'Quare-style' handle set on internal pommels, over pierced foliate mounts to all four sides, with a turned fi
A French Vernis Martin bracket clock and bracket, 18th century the green painted cartouche shaped case with ormolu floral scroll surmount and conforming mounts, the dial signed Egidius Rousseau A Bruxelles, Roman and Arabic numerals, striking on 2- bells,
Rare Langley Bradley of London bracket clock, circa 1710, ebonized pagoda topped case, with brass carry handle, three train fusee movement with six pillars, with seven bells, quarter chiming, hour strike, visible false pendulum, engraved Bradley London and
A Regency mahogany bracket clock, early 19th century, with maker's mark of Vale, London, an elegant clock with a stepped pagoda top and a pineapple finial, an extended cornice with fluted detail above a painted dial with Roman numerals and a domed glass, b
A Louis XVI style bronze and timber bracket clock, circa later 19th century, with a shaped pediment supporting a decorative urn above a plinth enclosing a teal coloured dial with painted button Roman numerals set within a gilt bezel and an ebonised timber
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