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An English Art Nouveau ‘Beldray’ embossed copper mantel clock, the front and back embossed with Art Nouveau floral and scroll designs, the dial with Arabic numerals, fixed winder to the reverse, overall tapered rectangular form. 13.5 cm x 7 cm x 26 cm

Vintage English domed topped mantle clock, has pendulum and no key, approx 22 cm high, 28 cm wide, 12 cm deep

An English mahogany mantel clock with parquetry stringing; Roman numeral dial, timepiece movement. Height 15 cm

Antique English domed top mantle clock, approx 23 cm high, 16 cm wide

English domed topped mantle clock with inlay decoration, approx 17 cm high, 24 cm wide

Antique English architectural form walnut mantle clock, no key and no pendulum, approx 43 cm high

English 'Bravingtons' mantle clock with Westminster chimes, 35 cm wide

Vintage English oak cased chiming mantle clock, silvered dial, three train movement, 33 cm high (no key but has pendulum)

An Edwardian English mantle clock, the painted timber case with gilt bronze mounts 21 cm high

An Edwardian gilt metal-mounted oak-cased mantel clock, English, circa 1900, the French movement by Marti, the steel Roman numeral dial with a hinged cover within upright rectangular case on bun feet, the low domed and reeded top mounted with a pineapple f

A French mantel clock in the English late Georgian manner, late 19th century, the ivorine Arabic numeral dial within an upright boxwood-strung and inlaid stained oak case with an arched top and a moulded base. Height 28 cm. Width 19.5 cm. Depth 12.5 cm

An early 19th century French gilt bronze figural mantel clock depicting the embrace of two young lovers, the associated English movement supplied by Bentley & Beck, Royal Exchange, London, the signed 4.75 inch enamel Roman dial with minute track and curved

An impressive early 19th century English gilt bronze and slate mantel timepiece, Vulliamy, London, number 1921, surmounted by a well cast figure of an eagle looking to the left with wings raised sitting astride a flaming branch on the drum case, flanked by

A fine early 19th century English rosewood mantel timepiece, Vulliamy, London, number 856, the chamfered top over a brass-banded cornice to long arched glazed side windows on a moulded plinth and squat brass bun feet, the signed 6 inch silvered Roman dial

An English Gothic style miniature mantle clock by Carrington & Co, the circular dial with Roman numerals in a 9ct yellow gold case with pierced latticed side panels, engraved '1869 March 8 1919', complete with key and in original case, 7 cm high

A gilt brass mantel clock, English, Hunt & Roskell, London coup-perdue deadbeat escapement, gridiron pendulum thermometer in bob, enamel dial and chapter ring for seconds, Arabic outer dial, subsidiary hours and minutes, rectangular four glass gilt case, s

An English early 20th century oak mantel clock, with matching coral side pieces, with an eight day fusee timepiece 28 cm high

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