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The clock benefits from having the inner and outer stamps of Drocourt which can be seen in the more detailed pictures. It is bell striking, has an early 'one piece' case with 'water silk dial'. It's interesting to note that Jonathon Mappin started back in 1775 and the company is still trading to this day. Pounds 175mm x 95mm x 85mm A fine and very detailed carriage clock with push repeat and striking on a gong. Supplied with the original numbered Key and outer case. Pounds 18 x 10 x 9cm A fine 'Grande Sonnerie' carriage clock in a gilt gorge case with a white enamel dial signed Asprey, London.

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They then decided to anglicise the name to Richard & Co to open a new branch at 24 Cannon Street, London and continue selling their clocks with the R & Co logo. The round enamel dial showing Roman numerals with blued steel hands and makers/retailers name. L stamp and was based in London (Farringdon Rd ) and Paris . The clock retains the original silvered , jewelled lever escapement and strikes on Gong for the hours and the half hours . The case style is 'Anglaise Riche' and is supplied with original case covered with distressed morrocan leather. Pounds 14 x 8 x 7cm In all the years we have been buying Carriage clocks we have never seen another one of this type of carriage clock .

This fully renovated example of a Petite sonnerie with a Strike/Silent option was made circa 1900. Pounds 235mm x 110mm x 125mm Bolviller is one of the clock makers we are always surprised by. We have had several Bolviller clocks over the years, but not one of them has had an escapement quite like this one, it is a work of art, as well as fine clock making. Pounds 10cm x 5cm x 6cm A delightfully small carriage timepiece by Asprey of London. The hallmarks for Mappin and Webb Ltd and dating with the letter 'O' to 1913 The case is engine turned with hand engraving framing each side. Pounds 20 x 13 x 9cm A fine gilt Pendule d'Officier Clock with a superb 8 day duration movement on a jeweled lever escapement. This fine clock also retains the original large silvered platform and jeweled lever escapement . The dial retains the original gilt finish with Roman numerals and retailers name . This clock also has 'Push repeat' on demand and retains the original jewelled lever, silvered platform escapement. It is a very stylish timepiece with the added feature of an alarm .

The gilt case in the Corniche style with bevelled glass to all sides and retaining the large original lever escapement. The clock features a center sweep hand which is quite rare on a French clock and has bell striking for the hours and half hours. The case is in good condition and has a solid silver hinge, handle, bezel and bun feet with hallmarks for Asprey & Co Ltd 1909 . The fully serviced-overhauled movement running for 7days with a jeweled lever escapement. The convex enamelled dial showing black Arabic numerals with minutes to the outer edge and quarter markers , decorated with finely chased , pierced and gilded hands . Grande sonnerie striking, Petite sonnerie and fully Silent if you wish . The case is nickel on brass and looks original with a nice patina , the dial is silvered and has 'deco' arabic numerals , the rear door is solid and the glasses to all sides are perfect .please click the image for more detailed photos .

The Ormolu case is very decorative with scrolls and flowers, a fully engraved dial mask with enamel dial signed by the retailer James Pitkethly of London. The enamelled dial shows the original pair of blued hands and Roman numerals. Pounds 20 x 13 x 9cm A fine gilt Pendule d'Officier style carriage clock with a superb 8 day duration movement on a jeweled lever escapement. It's worth noting this clock is in exceptional condition. The case having floral and ribbon gilt mounts and in the classic 'Pagoda' shape. Pounds 20 x 13 x 9cm A fine gilt Pendule d'Officier Clock with a superb 8 day duration movement on a jeweled lever escapement. A very good , large gorge case which feels reassuringly heavy and thick bevelled glass panels to all sides .

The movement is completely original and serviced, cleaned and polished and bears the number stamp of Drocourt 1495 with the initials H.

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160mm x 90mm x 75mm A fine gilt gorge cased carriage clock with push repeat and alarm, retailed by the well known clock makers Charles Frodsham and made by Henri Jacot.

With serial number 1574 and stamped between the plates with the Henri Jacot oval stamp, see large images. Pounds 176mm x 99mm x 88mm A very well presented Henri Jacot carriage clock in a gilded gorge case. Pounds 165mm x 85mm x 75mm This fine carriage clock by Bourdin has a very well engraved dial mask and shows the alarm dial below the six and is signed to the center. Pounds 95mm x 50mm x 40mm This fine silver timepiece was made in 1905 by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company of Regent Street, London.

This clock also features an alarm with a selection lever to the base . Hallmarked for 1914 and with the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Hallmarks/stamp.

The fine silver gilt case decorated with engine turned panels and convex glass.

In the classic inverted bell top with a fixed handle . Fully serviced-overhauled movement running for 7days with a jeweled lever escapement. The clock is in very original condition with a white enamel dial showing Roman numerals with the retailers name and address. The drop handle with a 16 x 8.5 x 7.5cm A fine 'Grande Sonnerie' carriage clock in a gilt gorge case with a white enamel dial and bevelled silvered sight ring. The clock is in very original condition with a white enamel dial showing two lower sub' dials , one for the calendar and one for the alarm , top glass to view the original Bi-metallic, jeweled lever escapement . Pounds 116mm x 50mm x 48mm A fine small hammered silver gilt carriage time-piece on bun feet with 'C scroll' handle and with its original protective outer case .

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