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An Edwardian lacquered brass carriage clock, 5.5i

An Edwardian lacquered brass carriage clock, with enamelled Roman dial signed Charles Rose, Halifax, movement striking on gong, 5.5ins with leather case Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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A French lacquered brass repeating carriage clock,

A French lacquered brass repeating carriage clock, early 20th century, the 2″ ring of arabic numerals within black lined white disks and a cream ground (hairline crack to the corner of the face), the bevelled four glass case with geometrically moulded swing handle above, the movement striking on a coiled gong, the back plate stamped […]

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A French lacquered brass carriage clock, circa 18

A French lacquered brass carriage clock, circa 1890, by Henri Jacot, the white dial with ring of Roman numerals, striking on a coiled gong, marked on the back ‘Paris.H.J. No.11542′, the loop handle over an oval bevelled glass inspection glass, over four bevelled glass sides with line moulded corners on a cut-out plinth base, 7″ […]

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A lacquered brass carriage clock, the white ename

A lacquered brass carriage clock, the white enamel dial with ring of Roman numerals indistinctly signed by a London retailer, the movement striking on a coiled gong, No.5869, with repeat mechanism and slow-fast adjustment, the loop handle over an ogee moulded four glass case (enamel face at fault), 5.5″ high in original leather covered plush […]

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Gilt-Lacquered Brass Mantel Clock

Gilt-Lacquered Brass Mantel Clock, first quarter 20th century, in the Louis XVI taste, the center of the facade with an inset oval portrait miniature of a Louis XVI gentlewoman set on a rose moire backplate, the dial flanked by two gilded allegorical figures of Fame, h. 13″, w. 11″. Images Click on thumbnails to see […]

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1920s blue lacquered mantel clock, the chased bra

1920s blue lacquered mantel clock, the chased brass dial and French movement housed in a chinoiserie painted case, 14cm high Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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