Tuesday 24 & Wednesday 25 July: Country House Sale

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Lot No.DescriptionIllustration
1015Lot 1015 details & condition report or notes
A late 18th Century eight-day longcase clock movement, the brass dial signed John Dingley, London, in an associated chinoiserie case, 208cm high/
Sold for £650

1016Lot 1016 details
An early 20th Century brass and alabaster mantel clock, with twin winding holes, glazed rectangular and brass bound case, the alabaster top on plinth base, 29cm high
Sold for £120

1017Lot 1017 details & condition report or notes
An oak cased longcase clock, the square brass dial signed Coats, Wigan and with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the associated oak case in need of restoration, 212cm high
Sold for £70

1018Lot 1018 details
A late 18th Century oak eight-day longcase clock, Fagg Margate, with arch top painted dial, 220cm high
Sold for £190

1019Lot 1019 details & condition report or notes
A gilt brass half-hour strike hour-repeat carriage clock, with eight-day movement striking on a gong, 21.5cm high
Sold for £600

1020Lot 1020 details
A mahogany arch top mantel clock inlaid an oval patera, 22cm high
Sold for £25

1021Lot 1021 details & condition report or notes
A circular kitchen dial in a walnut case, the white enamel dial bearing the name W J Carroll, London Street, City, fitted an eight-day fusee movement, 38cm diameter
Sold for £380

1022Lot 1022 details
A tortoiseshell and gilt brass eight-day mantel clock of Boulle design, the dial with segmented numerals, 32cm high
Sold for £180

1023Lot 1023 details & condition report or notes
An Italian bracket clock of Louis XV design, the simulated Boulle type case gilt metal mounted and surmounted by a cherub, with acanthus mounts to the sides and figure of Father Time beneath, on grotesque mask and claw feet, fitted a circular dial with segmented porcelain panels with Roman numerals and having an eight-day striking and chiming movement on gongs, 90cm high/
Sold for £600

1024Lot 1024 details
A 19th Century French mantel clock with porcelain mounted urn finial, acanthus clad sides and porcelain mounted base on circular feet, fitted a circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals, striking on a bell, 28cm high/
Sold for £800

1025Lot 1025 details
An early 19th Century mantel clock of Louis XVI design, the case with gathered acanthus and flower finial with trailed flowers beneath, on pierced scroll shaped feet and acanthus and C scroll base, the circular dial applied a mask head, etc. to the centre and with segmented porcelain dial with blue Roman numerals, fitted an eight-day movement striking on a bell, No 2955, 58cm high/
Sold for £1000

1026Lot 1026 details & condition report or notes
A fine Regency rosewood wall clock, the octagonal case inlaid brass foliage and with hinged doors at six and nine o'clock, each with ivory keyhole escutcheon, the circular 33cm convex dial with Roman numerals and signed King, London, fitted an eight-day single fusee movement, 43cm wide/
Estimate £800 - 1200 plus fees

1027Lot 1027 details & condition report or notes
A fine Napoleon III ormolu and bronze eight-day mantel clock, with crown surmount, the drum-shaped case with surround of drapes and tassels supported by three bronze putti and a faun, the rocky base with grapes and a ewer with a fluted border set a quiver of arrows and acanthus mounted scrolling feet, fitted a white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic movement, signed Lerolle Frčres ŕ Paris, the movement striking on a bell, 64cm high, No 11758/
Sold for £1500

1028Lot 1028 details & condition report or notes
A late 19th Century French ormolu and porcelain cartel clock and barometer, mounted fruit, foliage and ribbon tie surmounts, each stem set a thermometer and oval jasperware panels, the clock dial signed Lenoir ŕ Paris, the barometer dial signed ŕ Paris, 115cm high/Provenance: Sotheby's, The H J Joel Collection, 17 April 1980, Lot 99/
Sold for £7000

1029Lot 1029 details & condition report or notes
A large gilt brass quarter striking carriage clock, London circa 1850, the foliate engraved dial signed Charles Frodsham, 115 New Bond Street, London No. 2070, strike/silent lever at XII, the five-pillar two-train fusee quarter striking on two gongs, similarly signed backplate, the case with foliate cast side frets, canted scroll corners and bun feet, 28.5cm high/
Sold for £12000

1030Lot 1030 details & condition report or notes
A George III eight-day, hour repeat bracket clock by John Ellicott, London, the brass arched dial with gilt metal rococo spandrels, silvered metal chapter rings and calendar aperture, the movement with crown wheel escapement and bob pendulum and engraved and signed backplate, contained in a fine burr walnut case with pierced fret and glazed panel sides, 40.5cm high/Exhibited at the Art Treasures Exhibition in Bath 1958 no 141/
Sold for £13000

1031Lot 1031 details
A reproduction stick barometer, the rectangular dial signed Rapport, London with presentation plaque dated 1986, 96cm high
Sold for £50

1032Lot 1032 details
A 19th Century panelled oak overmantel fitted a central clock with copper chapter ring, embossed brass surround and flanked by pilasters, 135cm wide, 103cm high
Sold for £70

1033Lot 1033 details
A mahogany cased banjo barometer, fitted a dry/damp dial, thermometer, convex mirror, silvered dial and level, 98.5cm high
Sold for £40

1034Lot 1034 details
An oval gilt brass cased carriage clock, the rectangular white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 15cm high handle up
Sold for £80

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