These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only. A mahogany cased grandfather clock with moon phase, mid 19th century, painted dial, moon phase, second subsidiary dial, with weights, not in working order, height cm. A Baynes regulator longcase clock, the silvered dial with an Arabic numeral minute ring enclosing subsidiary seconds and Roman numeral hour chapter rings, with a deadbeat escapement, maintaining power and beat adjustment to the crutch…. Antique 19th century long case clock, the painted dial signed G. Stephenson, Warminster, having a hunting scene above Roman numerals, a subsidiary second hand and a date aperture, the mahogany case approx cm high. Antique 19th century mahogany English long case clock with white painted dial, with key in office An English grand Father long case clock, triple weight with Westminster four chime selection, mahogany case, 19th century, cm high. An early 19th century long case clock, the mahogany case inlaid with satinwood and with fret carved cresting piece, the face painted with a hunter and two dogs, the dial with Roman numerals and twin subsidiary dials.
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the hood with broken architectural pediment and dentil moulding above a brass dial with pierced spandrels and second and date subsidary.
Quality oak Grandmother clock, Westminster and Whittington chimes on gongs, retailed by Bravingtons London. Solid mahogany case with a flat top to the hood. Dial signed W Randall Newbury. Grandfather clock, Westminster chimes, brass dial, three brass weights, mahogany case with astragal glazing to the door. Very fine attractive walnut marquetry longcase clock, rising hood, barley twist columns, lenticle in the door, on bun feet. Made by James Watts Taunton. Three train longcase clock chiming on eight bells striking on a gong.
Dark mahogany Chippendale style case with applied carving.
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For many wall and mantle clocks, the name on the dial will often be the retailer, not the maker. Maples were retailers of fine furniture until their demise in the s but they never actually made clocks. Now the only Adamson ever recorded as making clocks in Thirsk is John Adamson, but he worked there in and I don’t believe this clock is really as old as that, though I could be wrong. It’s spent a lot of time in the US where it was restored so the name on the dial could just be someone’s fantasy.
It is well known that clockmakers would often take an old household clock in clocksmith clock has a chapter ring of the style of c and spandrels of the period sheet itself (a cartwheel type of casting) has nothing by which we can date it.
These clocks only require winding once per week, so we usually recommend that our customers wind them on the same day every week. Most eight-day grandfather clocks have two sets of gears two-train , one set of gears for the strike and the other for the time. Each train has its own separate weight. If the clock strikes on the quarter hours then it will have a third set of wheels and weights. This also has two trains, but they are driven by a single weight and a tiny counterweight to keep the rope taut.
This movement was developed from a wall hanging clock called a lantern clock. These movements are rare. Marquetry can be minor decorations like shells of fans, or could cover the whole clock from the hood to the base. Grandfather clock dials come in many styles, ranging from very plain brass or silver dials to the more extensive painted moon dials.
The dials are used to verify the age of the grandfather clock.
Longcase clock makers mark – 18th century Scottish?
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The brief entry in the Brian Loomes Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World Directory, tells that James Burroughs worked in Rochdale, was married in and died in Rochdale was a different place in the early s. Taylor and was civilly entertained. Here is a good large meetingplace well filled; these parts religion does better flourish than in places where they have better advantages. Click Here for a short history of Rochdale.
The dial shows some interesting features that allow quite accurate dating: Within the chapter ring, the central zone has been engraved with flowing designs rather than matted with a fine matting punch as was usual in London clocks at that time. The ringed winding holes and date aperture also date the dial to early s. The movement is obviously not the product of a London apprenticed clockmaker: Although it uses finned movement pillars that date it to early s, the movement plates are unusually tall.
There is an inside count wheel striking system. The oak case is embellished by applying cross- bands of a reddish wood to the edges. Although the cross-band looks at first like mahogany is actually European Walnut stained a red colour. James Burroughs Rochdale longcase clock.
Brass Dial Longcase Clocks
Grandfather clocks, also called longcase clocks by horologists, were invented after Dutchman Christiaan Huygens applied a pendulum as a clock-winding device in But it wasn’t until about when clockmakers mastered the workings of the pendulum for accurate timekeeping in conjunction with an anchor escapement — the mechanical device that gives a pendulum its swing. If you own a longcase clock, determining its age can tell you how much it is worth.
After , most clocks were mass-produced by German and American manufacturers, effectively putting an end to the valuable custom-made grandfather clocks. English clockmakers crafted clocks with brass dials from about to
An 18th century oak long case clock, the brass dial with Roman numerals framed by gilt metal spandrels, signed ‘Strutt & Blackwell’, above a date.
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Longcase clocks 16 to Text last updated 21st August An impressive Georgian Lancashire longcase clock. A swan neck hood pediment surmounted by a wooden finial. Four hood side columns and the original ‘verre eglomise’ painted glass hood pediment panel.
cherub and leaf spandrels divided by foliate sprays, matted centre with seconds dial, date aperture and ringed winding holes, the movenment with five ringed.
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