A very fine George II small walnut timepiece by
Benjamin Gray, London, circa 1740.
This clock has rare silent escapement and pull repeats the hours and quarters on two bells. The five inch dial has foliate spandrels, concentric alarm disc with pull wind, calendar, mock pendulum and a subsidiary regulation dial in the arch.
This is a very desirable clock by an important maker - Benjamin Gray was clockmaker to the king from 1744 until his death in 1762. Height: 32 cm. (12.5")
( Price Band: D - Ref: ENG1 )


   A good small ebonised table clock by the highly regarded maker Joseph Windmills, circa 1720. The five inch brass dial has a     silvered chapter ring with a calendar aperture and mock pendulum. The subsidiary strike/silent dial is in the arch. As with all clocks by     this maker the dial is signed Windmills, London and the well engraved backplate is signed Jos. Windmills, London Height: 33 cm. (13")


A fine ebony veneered, quarter repeating, basket top bracket clock by Thomas Speakman, London 1700 - William and Mary period.

The brass dial has a silvered chapter ring and winged cherub spandrels with a mock pendulum and calendar.
The hour is struck on a bell with pull wind quarter repeating on a nest of three bells. Height: 35 cm (14")
( Price Band: D - Ref: ENG3 )


    A good George III green lacquered striking table clock by Francis Jersey, London circa 1760.
    The fine apple green case depicts various oriental scenes with figures. The well engraved backplate shows a Chinese figure on a     bridge with an accompanying hour glass and is signed Frans. Jersey, London. Height: 47 cm. (18.5")
    ( Price Band: C - Ref: ENG4 )


A George III bell top English bracket clock by Robert Allam, 1760. The brass dial has a silvered chapter ring and silvered subsidiary dials for regulation and strike/silent. The recessed plaque in the arch top is signed Robt. Allam, London. The clock strikes on the hours and has a pull wind alarm. Height: 48.5 cm. (19")
( Price Band: C - Ref: ENG5 )


An ebonised fruitwood, bell topped bracket clock from the last quarter of the 18th Century by Robert Newman of London.  The moulded door with pierced brass sound frets, the glazed side apertures and rear door all standing on ogee brass feet.       Silvered 6 3/4" dial signed Robt. Newman, London with strike/silent subsidiary dial in the arch. Roman and Arabic numerals, blued serpentine hands and calendar aperture .  The movement with 5 knopped pillars, twin gut fusee drive and verge escapement striking the hours on a single bell with trip repeat.
Height:  46 cm. (18")


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