Dating from around the turn of the last century (1900), this clock has a mercury pendulum to help regulate the timing. This miniature four-glass clock is especially unusual, as it strikes on a bell.
This clock is a very quiet ticker.
This beautiful balloon clock is made of mahogany with boxwood inlay. It dates from Circa 1930s. This clock also features a striking flora-inspired inlaid cross design on its front.
This clock strikes on the half hour and hour on a gong.
German Mahogany Bracket Clock
A mahogany and box wood inlaid arch top bracket clock.
This clock has a silvered dial, and is engraved and has waxed filled numbers.
Inside is an unusual twin fusee movement, which chimes the Westminster tune on the 1/4's on coil type gongs. On the hour it just strikes and does not chime. by unknown maker. Circa 1840 ( Early Victorian )