A very original and interesting three train quarter chiming iron ting-tang. Truly a one-off special Whitehaven clock. Dated 1744
This clock is fully illustrated inside Brian Loomes book ' Clockmakers of Northern England ' and the dial is also shown on the front cover
A wonderfully original hook-and-spike wall clock
signed Gilkes, Adderbury. It has a 10.25 inch square brass dial with a beautifully engraved zig-zag dial centre with a Lozenge type half hour markers and was probably made by Richard Gilkes of Adderbury from around c1738. The superb single iron hand is original.
Gilkes Hook-and-Spike c1740
The Newfield Hall Stables Clock 1895
A rare Victorian turret clock by W.H. Bailey of Salford, Manchester. This is a particularly interesting clock in that it is not only a very original and complete example throughout, but it also has a wonderfully historical and known provenance attached to it.
Thomas Royle Ting-Tang dated 1744
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The very original antique clocks listed below are all currently offered either For Sale or can be used as Swaps and Part Exchanges. Please click on the links to view the clock fully illustrated.
8-inch Hook-and-Spike c1720
The interesting early 18th century hook-and-spike wall clock Illustrated here is very attractive. Dating from around c1720 the polished dial centre has a wonderfully naive engraving of four birds within a loose foliage design and may well have been engraved by the clockmaker himself.