An appraisal example from the millions of items in our Price Guide:
© SKINNER AUCTIONS, Boston & Marlborough, MA, USA
George Clarke Winged Lantern Clock for the Turkish Market, London, c. 1780, the arched composite brass dial with silvered boss in the arch engraved Geo:...
This is an example from our values4antiques price guide - if you wish to buy or sell a similar item check
The Most Beautiful Things at 1stDibs
Price Sold & Full Description
AVAILABLE TO OUR MEMBERS
Research the value of your own items:
See more appraisal examples
and price guides for other items
Check our other research services:
IDENTIFY WORLDWIDE MAKERS' MARKS & HALLMARKS
marks4ceramics: Porcelain, Pottery, Chinaware, Figurines, Dolls, Vases...
marks4silver: Silver, Jewelry, Pewter, Silverplate, Copper & Bronze...
Explore other items from our
Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide
A RUSSIAN-IMPORTED AUSTRIAN SILVER, CRYSTAL
AND GUILLOCHE ENAMEL FIVE-PIECE DESK SET, WORKMASTER GEORGE ADAM SCHEID, VIENNA, CIRCA 1875-1900: AND GUILLOCHE ENAMEL FIVE-PIECE DESK SET, WORKMASTER GEORGE ADAM SCHEID, ... [more like this]
A Rare Lemuel Curtis Federal Girandole Clock:
Roxbury, Massachusetts, circa 1820, white enameled dial marked ?L Curtis Patent?, (Lemuel Curtis, Massachusetts, 1790-1857), mahogany timepiece with eglomise throat panel ... [more like this]
George A. Jones Mahogany Case Wall Clock.
George A. Jones, New York Mahogany Case Wall Clock. Weight driven movement, brass spread-wing eagle finial. 43" high overall. Good with minor wear, base molding is replaced. ... [more like this]
George A. Jones Mahogany Case Wall Clock.
: George A. Jones, New York Mahogany Case Wall Clock. Weight driven movement, brass spread-wing eagle finial. 43" high overall. Good with minor wear, base molding is replaced. ... [more like this]
George Clarke Winged Lantern Clock for the
Turkish Market, London, c. 1780, the arched composite brass dial with silvered boss in the arch engraved Geo: Clarke/London. flanked by Turkish themed spandrels, a "Turkish" ... [more like this]
George III gilt bronze mounted ebony bracket
clock john taylor, london, circa 1770 The circular chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals centered by a date mark and a plaque signed John Taylor London, the movement ... [more like this]
Good English mahogany triple fusee bracket
clock, the movement signed George Flashman on the floral engraved back plate, playing on eight bells and striking on another, the 7" arched silvered dial signed James Vigne, ... [more like this]
A GEORGE I DARK BLUE JAPANNED LONGCASE CLOCK
by William Gibbs of London, with an eight day bell striking movement and a brass dial with a silver chapter ring, a subsidiary seconds dial and a date aperture, the gilt metal ... [more like this]
A George III Scottish mahogany and brass-mounted
striking table clock, circa 1790
By Alexander Dickie, Edinburgh
the bell-top case with brass handle and four urn finials above glazed side panels and chamfered and fluted ... [more like this]
A fine George III giltwood cartel clock
third quarter 18th century
The rococo pierced and floral carved frame with an outspread winged ho ho bird crest, centering silvered dial with Latin and Arabic ... [more like this]
3 George III Gilt-Wood Cartel Clock Mid 18th
century The associated steel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, signed William Glover, London, surmounted by a winged eagle and surrounded by C scrolls and fruiting vines. ... [more like this]
Washington, George (1732-1799) Circular Letter
Signed as President, Philadelphia, 1 March 1797. Laid paper bifolium inscribed on one page in a secretarial hand, inviting New York Senator John Laurance to the Presidential ... [more like this]
SETH THOMAS GEORGE II STYLE CHIMING BRACKET
CLOCK no. A403-002 and 7806, with German works, the rectangular face with Roman chapters and applied winged mask corner mounts, the case fitted with a lifting handle and raised ... [more like this]
This list is limited to only a few results.
Many more items are available to our members through our Price Guides!
Ideal research tools for Collectors, Personal Property Appraisers, Antiques & Collectibles Dealers, Auction Houses, Museums, eBayers or other online sellers (Rubylane, Etsy etc) and curious minds interested in appraising & identifying collectibles