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BRADFORD GRANDFATHER CLOCK
£910.00 (ref 866)

8 day Grandfather clock. John Lawson was a clockmaker who was recorded at Bradford for at least the 1822 to 1837 period,
he was trading at Old Market Place in 1822 and then at Westgate for about the 1834 to 1837 period. William IV c1822- 1837 Approximate:- 232cm high x 58cm wide x 25cm deep.
GEORGIAN GREAT GRANDFATHER CLOCK
£830.00 (ref 01699)

30 hour Mahogany Great Grandfather Clock. Swinbourne, Hexham. Broken pendiment with agapathus central crest. Stands on turned legs. The painted arch depicts a picture of two fishermen and their boat. Six turned columns, two at the side of the clock face, two on the door and two on the base. Chimes on the hour. c1827. Approximately 7'5" (230 cm) high x 27" (69 cm) wide x 11" (27 cm) deep
19TH CENTURY EMPIRE CLOCK
£720.00 (ref 1507)

Danish Empire Clock Black with 24ct gold leaf on carved drape, laurel wreath and edges.
Date: 1800-1900 Approximately 197cm high x 40cm wide x 23cm deep.
GEORGIAN OAK GRADFATHER CLOCK
£957.00 (ref 3342)

8 day Georgian Oak Grandfather Clock made by Goodall of Aberford. c1800 White dial with Arabic and Roman Numerals. The four corners are decorated with flowers. Grecian urns decoration in the arch. Broken swan pediment with a brass finial. Approx. 87" (221 cm) hih x 20" (51 cm) wide x 11" (28 cm) deep.
GEORGIAN SUNDERLAND 8 DAY LONG CASE CLOCK
£2,500.00 (ref 01874)

Oak 8 day Longcase Clock. Signed Willm Bissett, Sunderland. George IV. 1820-1830 Decorated fret work to the top. Brass finial on centre chimney. White enamel face with Roman numerals, second hand and repousse decorated on the spandrels and on the lunette. Reeded grove hood columns with brasses at the top and bottom. The pendulum has a sunburst decoration.
Approximately 231cm (91") high x 48cm (18¾") wide x 24cm (9½") deep.
GEORGE III LONG CASE CLOCK
£1,800.00 (03092)

George III Longcase clock, signed Joseph Miles, Shaston. C1770. The eight-day movement with brass dial engraved with a mermaid holding a mirror in the arch, the plain case with moulded pediment. Joseph Miles had two apprentices James Wood 1734 - 1745 and John Morris in 1741. (previously sold at Bonhams in 2014 for £562.00) Approx. 6'8" (202cm) high x 19½" (49.5cm) wide x 11" (28cm) deep.
GEORGIAN 30 HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK
£564.00 (ref 3041)

30-hour Oak Long Case Clock by R. Morland Jnr. White clock face, spandrels decorated with abstract seashells, Arabic numerals, swan broken pediment with brass roundels. Shell motif in the case door. George IV - c 1820 Approx. 7'2" (218.5cm) high x 19¾" (50cm) wide x 10" (25.5cm) deep.
GEORGE IV OAK LONG CASE CLOCK
£1,600.00 (ref 03091)

An oak eight day longcase clock, signed G. Davison, Wooler. C1827. He may have also worked in Newcastle as well as Wooler. The arch of the clock depicts a Country Scene and each corner is decorated with seashells. Swan neck broken pediment with fret work and brass highlights. Purchased from Hanock Musuem, Newcastle in 2019. Approx. 7'3" (221cm) high x 18" (46cm) wide x 9" (23cm) deep
8 DAY LONGCASE CLOCK
£940.00 (ref 1875)

An oak and mahogany eight day longcase clock, arched painted dial with a picgture depicting a man sat on a bridge fishing, swan neck pediment, early 19th century. Approxiamtely 82" (208.5cm) high x 20" (51 cm) wide x 9½" (23.5 cm) deep.
CONTEMPORARY WESTMINSTER CHIME LONGCASE CLOCK
£250.00 (ref 3418)

An attractive glass fronted triple weight contemporary Longcase Clock with the Westminster Chime. On the arch is a World with the words "Tempus Fugit" (Time Flies). Approximately 75" (190.5 cm) high x 18" (46 cm) wide x 9½" (24 cm) deep.
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