Jaeger-LeCoultre rare Marina table clock, skeletonised straight-line gilt 8-day lever movement, set in Lucite with gilt reverse intaglio decoration of bees grass and flower all mounted on a stepped brass plate c. 1960. 20 x 15 cm
A German ormolu table clock, circa 18th century with later Restorations of octagonal form with shaped glazed panels to the body, brass dial Roman numerals applied classical figures through out, verge fusee escarpment movement, striking on bell, movement si
A Victorian silver-cased table clock, with domed top and applied foliate edge, the sides embossed with angels amongst clouds; William Comyns, London 1899; French timepiece movement; retailed by Flavelle Bros. Height 9.5 cm
Thomas Cole, London, rare fine antique table clock, unusual walnut case of tapering design, with thick glass bezel, dial signed to base Tho. Cole London, fitted with a rare canon ball pendulum, 37 cm high (has key and pendulum)
A cased travelling table clock, zenith, Switzerland, second quarter 20th century, the Arabic numeral dial within a square-faced gilt-brass case on flattened bun feet, with alarm, in original leatherette case. Height and width 5.5 cm (clock)
A late 19th century French porcelain 'Artist's Palette' table clock, painted in polychrome with a country scene of a man and woman picking apples, the dial with Roman numerals, the French movement marked 'Ie & G. & Co., Paris', supported on a brass easel.
A George II-style walnut-cased table clock, elliott, London, mid-20th century, the engraved brass and polished steel Roman numeral dial with applied moulded and gilt decoration to the spandrels within a glazed upright case with a moulded top and a carrying
19th century Viennese silver and enamel architectural table clock. Set with pink stones. Diana and two hounds under portico. Clockmaker Erns Borel, Neuchatel 1892-97. Key available. Running. Height 22 cm
A large triple fusee bracket/table clock, 19th century. The triple fusee movement chiming the hours on a gong and playing a tune on 8 bells. The ebonised case with gilt mounts and silvered dial. Original key and pendulum. 70 x 47 x 27
A 19th century Continental ivory table clock, the time piece with a Roman numeral dial mounted in an ivory case delicately carved in high relief with scrolling acanthus floral swags and putti surmounted by a further two putti and a fruit filled urn. Height
A 19th century Meissen porcelain framed table clock the oval 'Silver' (not tested) clock face extensively scrolling foliate engraved surrounding the circular dial with black Roman numerals, the cartouche named J. W. Benson 25 Old Bond St, London in black l
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