JANUARY 2019 - Tuesday 29 & Wednesday 30 - Winter Country House Sale including selected contents of Ombersley Court, Beverston Castle & other properties.
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Clocks & Barometers


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Showing 1 to 10 of 10 lots

Lot No.DescriptionIllustration
845Lot 845 details
An Edwardian mahogany eight-day alarm mantel clock, in a balloon shaped case inlaid an oval patera, on brass ball feet, 19cm high
Sold for £130

846Lot 846 details
A late 18th Century thirty-hour oak longcase clock, Thomas Hillier, Frome, the brass dial with silver chapter ring, the hood with turned columns to the sides and plain rectangular trunk
Sold for £250

847Lot 847 details
A holosteric barometer in a brass case, 7cm diameter, in a fitted leather case
Sold for £90

848Lot 848 details
A Cartier alarm clock, the oval dial with Roman numerals signed Cartier Paris within a blue enamel frame on an easel support, 9cm high, in original box with paperwork
Sold for £90

849Lot 849 details & condition report or notes
A walnut cased longcase clock, the arch dial signed Brandreth, Middlewich and with moon phase and date aperture, approximately 244cm high to the top of the central finial
Sold for £750

850Lot 850 details
A gilt brass cased carriage clock, the white enamel dial with subsidiary dial, 14cm high with handle up
Sold for £60

851Lot 851 details
A walnut cased Vienna style regulator, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 88cm high
Sold for £35

852Lot 852 details
A French gilt metal cased mantel clock, surmounted by a figure of a horseman in 17th Century dress, the white enameled dial with Roman numerals, 47cm high and a pair of patinated spelter vases on circular plinths, 22cm high
Sold for £320

853Lot 853 details & condition report or notes
A French carriage clock, Edward & Sons, Paris, with beaded and enamelled decoration of birds, movement stamped, EM & Co, repeat mechanism /Provenance: Beverston Castle
Sold for £750

854Lot 854 details & condition report or notes
A travel clock, barometer and thermometer by Jaeger Le Coultre, in folding pig skin case, the clock with eight-day movement and date apertures, the clock case numbered 104184, outer case initialled A.L.R and dated 1953/1963, 12.5cm x 16cm and various other folding bedside clocks/Provenance: Beverston Castle
Sold for £460


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