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  • John Pace Victorian Brass Timepiece Skeleton
    Clock ENGLAND, 19TH CENTURY An English Victorian brass timepiece skeleton clock crafted by John Pace of Bury St. Edmunds, England. The clock possesses an engraved and skeletonised ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian brass timepiece skeleton clock,
    late 19th century, the silver chapter ring with painted chapters and blued steel hands, the two train chain driven fusee movement with anchor escapement, on white marble rectangular ... [more like this]
  • VICTORIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD WALL CLOCK, Louth,
    Lincolnshire, England, 19th century. The brass timepiece movement is a springwound, cable fusee type behind a 12.5"D dial with hinged glass bezel; in drop/octagonal rosewood ... [more like this]
  • A late Victorian brass cased carriage clock,
    with timepiece movement, the plain white dial with Roman numerals, 10.5cm high, in the original leather case, with key. ... [more like this]
  • A VICTORIAN BRASS AND CHAMPLEVE CARRIAGE
    CLOCK with a white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and makers signature, with a timepiece movement, the case with fluted uprights and horizontal panels of champleve enamel, ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian brass skeleton timepiece, mid
    19th century, the single fusee movement with half-deadbeat escapement and six-spoke wheel crossings pivoted between elaborate scroll pieced plates united by six turned pillars, ... [more like this]
  • A VICTORIAN BRASS SKELETON TIMEPIECE with
    pierced and silvered Roman chapter ring, single fusee gut line fusee movement and passing strike on a stepped white marble base with glass dome, the clock 16" high ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian brass skeleton timepiece with
    passing strike retailed by George Christie, Wallingford, C.1870, housed under a glass dome on a marble footed base, clock 39cm high. (key & pendulum) Illustrated ... [more like this]
  • Early Victorian Hunt & Roskell Gilt-Brass
    Strut Timepiece with Calendar, Probably by Thomas Cole: Circa 1845, the case in the manner of Thomas Cole and engraved with foliage against a hatched ground, with loop suspension ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian black slate mantel clock, enamelled
    dial and timepiece movement, 8.5in. high together with a Victorian burr walnut and brass-mounted book trough, a pair of brass candlesticks, 10in. and a brass oil lamp ... [more like this]
  • VICTORIAN SWING ARM STATUE CLOCK American
    c. 1885 the patinated spelter figure titled ''Le Chant de L'Alouette '' after the original bronze by Julien Causse (French 1869-1914) the winged female figure's outstretched ... [more like this]
  • A VICTORIAN STRUTT CLOCK, the oval gilt dial
    with blue enamel Roman chapters, stylised honeysuckle engraved centre and pierced honeysuckle crest and foliate scroll gilt brass case, timepiece movement, the back plate ... [more like this]
  • A French brass carriage timepiece, with enamel
    dial, an oil lamp or desk lighter base cast in the form of a Victorian lamp post and a quartz carriage clock, retailed by Cope Jewellers (3) ... [more like this]

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