Benjamin Vulliamy (1747-1811) - Table clock
Benjamin Vulliamy (1747-1811) - Table clock The eight day rack ¼ chiming mechanism has a fusee movement and ½ dead beat escapment. The painted dial has the 12 hours represented in Roman numerals and 5 minute intervals in arabic numerals, pair of gilt pierced hands. Glazed door. On the back of the clock is engraved 'Quarter bells to be removed before the Capital clock can come out of the Case'. Vulliamy number 1348
Antique English Joseph Roth Majolica Mantel Clock, 19th Century
A rare and stylish antique English majolica pottery cased mantel clock attributed to Joseph Roth, London. The clock is lavishly designed with relief moulded floral designs to a shaped four legged base with a the key wind clock movement set within a open floral petal surround with pillars to either side and with a large shell to the top of the clock. The clock is painted in typical bright colors against a deep blue ground and has an impressed J.R. mark to the base.
Antique german porcelain putti cherubs floral table clock butterfly rare
Top antique porcelain clock germany 19thcentury very detailed with angels / butterfly / floral decor a real eye catchersome imperfections like chip hand and foot . spring to wind is blocked so needs to be looked at by a clock maker44.5 cm height and 26.5 cm widedon't forget to follow us on FB under ffantiques for our daily new arrivals
1stdibs Table Clock / Desk Clock - Miniature Gilt Inkwell French Bronze
A charming miniature 19th century French gilt bronze patinated and Rouge marble clock cast with a blindfolded Cupid figure wielding a torch and drum mallet prepared to strike a drum-form clock, the circular white enamel dial with Roman hours and Arabic minutes. The clock tilts back to reveal a concealed glass inkwell and reserve, above a rouge marble base. The dial signed: Gleizes, 240 Rue De Rivoli, Paris Height: 6" (15 cm) Width: 6.25" (16 cm) Depth: 4" (10 cm)
TABLE CLOCK - Stephan Andréewitch
Clockmaker: Mathias Wibral (1777 Olmütz – 1823 Wien) Date: Vienna ca. 1810 Measurements: H 53 x W 20 x D 20 cm Signature: WIBRAL IN WIEN Description: 8 days duration, sculptured marble case with ormolu bronze applications and adjustable feet, weight driven movement, pin wheel escapement, enamel dial with ormolu bezel, string suspended brass pendulum, steel hands, additional signature engraved on the back plate: “Wibral in Wien No 17”, original glass dome.