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The clock retains its original silvered platform escapement and strikes on a very fine small French bell. This striking and repeating carriage clock benefits from retaining the original silvered, Jeweled lever escapement which is visible through the large bevelled top glass . The movement has been fully dismantled and overhauled/serviced, as has the case and we have polished the glass inside and out. Vincenti was a superb maker and produced clocks for several of the large and prestigious London retailers of the late Victorian period. The solid silver 'engine turned' case has the classic 'C' scroll handle which folds.

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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.

The clock also benefits from having an alarm function . Jacot is one of the most collectable makers of carriage clocks and this is a very good example with the stamped Jacot logo and number 14803 and key with outer leather covered case - also numbered. This clock strikes the hours on a bell and one blow of the bell for the half hour. Pounds 265mm x 150mm x 115mm A fine and exceptionally large carriage clock by the well respected maker Charles Vincenti of Paris. It is remarkable and giant in every way, although it does have a soft/mellow gong strike. Pounds 85mm x 44mm x 35mm A very attractive, polished solid silver, petite timepiece made in 1913 with Hallmarks for Charles Guignard a London Silversmith and importer of clocks and watches from France and Switzerland. This clock has been fully serviced and is sold with a full 12month Guarantee. The clock has a fully engraved case and dial mask, the engraving is fine, detailed and crisp. This type of Strut clock can be attributed to Thomas Cole who made for Hancock.

If you are looking for a good carriage clock by a very well respected maker, this Bourdin dating to around 1870 is superb! When ready, this rare clock will be sold with a 24 month guarantee (U. Stamped to the movement JTC for the Geneva Watch Co and numbered 56229 who were fine makers and produced a range of exquisite clocks, watches and timepieces. The clock strikes the hours and half hours on an early small gong and has the alarm facility. Pounds 170mm x 120mm x 105mm A large Jean Paul Garnier carriage clock with 'Chaffcutter' escapement. Pounds 120mm x 76mm x 16mm A fine gilt, Strut timepiece signed C. The original and fine fleur-de-lys hands and finely engraved dial with the basket of plenty below the six.

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.

The large top glass shows the original, typical Drocourt escapement with push repeat button to the edge. There is much written about Paul Garnier in the book about Carriage clocks written by C. This fine clock is currently in careful restoration. Rear wound with a key, a 30hr jeweled lever movement contained within the gilt case and stand. Pounds 90mm x 40mm x 40mm A fine small carriage timepiece in solid silver by Mappin and Webb of London.

The movement has been fully dismantled and overhauled and is functioning beautifully. The back plate is stamped with Paul Garnier, Paris. Thomas Cole was born in Somerset in 1800 and by 1838 had moved to London and started producing fine clocks of his own design by 1845 and in 1851 he stood at the Great Exhibition. A very attractive, rare piece and very collectable. This clock has the London hallmarks for 1901 together with the Mappin & Webb Logo stamp. Interestingly Hamilton and Inches are still based in Edinburgh and are still selling fine clocks.

The dial showing Roman numerals with the blued steel Breguet hands . To watch a youtube video click HERE Height 180mm , Depth 85mm , Width 95mm £4250.00 G. Pounds Richard et Cie were established in Paris circa 1850 when the fashion for small travelling clocks began. Pounds A fine example of a large 'Anglais Riche' carriage clock with push repeat . Maurice and Co who showed clocks at the Paris exhibition of 1889 . The clock is 'countwheel' striking on a bell and can be left silent (if you do not wind the strike side) . The original pair of blued steel hands which are typical of this period , striking on the hour on a bell and once on the half hour , viewing recommended . The case is polished and laquered so will not require polishing for 15 years or more!

The company then opened a branch in London in 1857 which was very sucessful. Pounds 114mm x 60mm x 55mm A fine solid silver carriage timepiece on bun feet in rectangular form with folding handle. The clock was made for Pearce and Sons who retailed clocks in London from 1881 . The silvered dial showing Roman numerals and true Breguet hands . The clock is stamped Dixon et Fils and the plates are stamped with a small stamp for Raingo Freres established in 1813 . This is a very original , rare and early carriage clock that would appeal to the collector or investor . This style of carriage clock dates back to around 1910.

Fully overhauled and sold with a 12 month guarantee . 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 . The drop handle with a 136mm x 75mm x 48mm A fine silver carriage timepiece on bun feet with a slight 'cushion' shape to the case and 'C scroll' handle . 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 . Pounds 18 x 10 x 9cm A fine 'Grande Sonnerie' carriage clock in a gilt gorge case with a white enamel dial and bevelled gilt sight ring .

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