A bronze drummer boy desk clock, Louis Majorelle, Nancy, 19th century, modelled as a cherub in motion with one leg raised, all mounted on a circular rouge marble base. The clock disguised as a drum, with hand painted enamel dial, Arabic numerals. Eight day
A sterling silver framed desk clock, modern era Sheffield, with maker's mark for Whitehill silver & plate, the clock by R. Carr, the rectangular clock with Roman numerals and minute markings in a shadow box with a simple bead edged silver frame; wi
A silver cased small desk clock, the Swiss movement with cream dial with Arabic numerals framed by brass bezel set in an octagonal frame raised on a swivel mount from a rectangular pedestal plinth base with conforming wavy engraving. Birmingham 1929 by Aar
English hallmarked sterling silver Clad desk clock in presentation case retailed by Flavelle Bros inscribed 'To Dr & Mrs Davidson from the officers Callan Park 1.1.11' with a double sided key. Birmingham, 1910, maker Henry Clifford Davis. Height 15 cm
An Art Deco Cartier desk clock the octagonal silver frame with machined enamel border and an eight day wind up mechanism. All parts marked 1396. Old repair to the top corner. In working order. Height 6 cm
A Swiss made Cartier desk clock with gilt bezels and polished wood panels. Quartz movement. Number 7531-04800. In original case with repair quotes 2004. Not in working order. Height 7 cm. Width 14 cm. Depth 9 cm
Very rare antique mid 19th century pull repeat desk clock attributed to Thomas Cole, of engraved arched design, fitted with a folding carry handle, the dial engraved and pierced in three layers, with a seated female figure amongst scrolling foliage & bell
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