Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Clocks and Barometers

NA 17 and CL 5
Bruce Talbert (1838-1881), a Reformed Gothic Brass triform mantel timepiece. The movement stamped 'UAP Brevete SGDG', engraved with mottoes and 'W&GCT Broadlands July 26 1875'.
23.5cm high, 21cm wide
SOLD.

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CL 6
Hugh Birkett. A 12 sided clock specimen wood.
c1900
Dimensions: H 12.3', W 12.3'.
£POA.

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CL 7
Liberty and Co. An Arts and Crafts wall clock with a pair of owls to each side and a Ruskin jewel to the base with Motto:
"IMPROVE TIME IN TIME WHILE TIME LASTS, FOR SOMETIMES NO TIMES WHEN TIMES PAST.
Height 18", Width 15", Pendulum length from the bottom of the clock 16".
Circa 1895.
£POA.

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CL 8
An Arts and Crafts oak mantel clock with inlaid peacock and floral details using fruit woods and pewter.
Height 11 1/2", width 6", depth 2 3/4"
£POA

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CL 9
Margaret Gilmour. A large and impressive hand formed Glasgow School brass clock decorated with stylised Glasgow ladies in long flowing dresses, entwined with Glasgow roses. The pendulum with stylised Glasgow roses and stylised details to the weights. With single chiming movement. Signed M.G.to the right hand corner.
Height 17", width 17", depth 7", pendulum length 7".
£SOLD

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CL 10
A rare Arts and Crafts Glasgow school oak grandfather clock with inlaid pewter motto to the top 'TIME FLIES'. The copper clock face with applied pewter Roman numerals with hand formed floral details inset with colourful enamel flower heads, the face flanked by twisted upright columns. A stain glass door opening to reveal a storage cupboard below, the door inlaid with pewter stylised floral details. The A frame with side columns extending down through the lowest shelf finishing into square shaped feet with sweeping arch to the base centred by an extended detail. Possibly designed by E A Taylor.
Height 79" Depth 14" Width at feet 26". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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CL 11
A vintage bakerlite Smiths wall clock, advertising 'Telephone Rentals' in working order, perfect original condition, retaining the original steel back plate.
Width of bakerlite clock 15 1/2", Width of steel back plate, 16 1/2".
£SOLD.

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CL 12
A An Arts and Crafts mantel clock with four Ruskin jewells and hand wrought twisted legs united by a cross stretcher stood on little shaped feet.
Height 10 1/2", Width across the face 7", Depth 2 5/8". Circa 1900's.
£POA.

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CL 13
An outstanding mantle clock attributed to Dr Christopher Dresser, the style and period of this clock all point towards Dresser. Having an eight-day fusee quarter chiming and striking movement on bells and gong made by William Tucker, who Worked in Bristol between 1862 - 1900.
It has a relaxing chime and has been serviced.
Height 26", Width 12". Circa 1870.
£SOLD.

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CL 14
A large Gothic Revival barometer with snail tail thermometer attributed to Bruce Talbert.
Height 50", Width 14 1/4", Depth 3 1/2" to the bezel. Circa 1880's.
£900.

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CL 17
Henry and Lewis Foreman Day. Manufactured by Howell and James for Elkington and Co. An Aesthetic Movement Ebonised and Enamelled mantel clock with a gong-striking eight-day movement. A beautiful hand painted 6" porcelain dial with stylised Arabic numbers each separated by a sunflower and a central sun detail with London and Glasgow hand painted between the winders with carved florets to each corner. Two further hand painted porcelain oblong floral panels, one above with stylised budding flowers and one below with stylised sunflowers .
Height 15" 38.5cm, Width 11" 28cm, Depth 7 1/2" 19.5cm. Circa 1877.
£POA.

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CL 18
A black marble brass gong-striking movement mantle clock with an Arabic numeral 6.5 inch dial with a painted central sunburst,with hand painted panels of the 4 seasons to the base and Signs of the Zodiac to the top.
Height 16 3/4" 42cm, Width 11 3/4 27cm", Depth 6 1/4 15cm". Circa 1875.
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CL 19
An Aesthetic Movement ebonised and gilt painted panel mantel clock, the gong-striking movement with outside countwheel no. 1543, the dial and panels painted with Japanese birds, fans and objects, turned finials, columns and feet.
Height 19" 49cm, Width 17 1/2" 44cm, Depth 8 1/4" 18cm. Circa 1880.
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CL 20
An Arts and Crafts Glasgow style patinated brass clock with whiplash side details and subtle finely executed tooled details to the edges of the clock face and around the three Mother Of Pearl squares which are united with a central diamond detail, on a brass plinth base.
Height 6 1/4", Depth at the base 2 1/8", Length at the base 6 3/4". Circa 1900.
£1200.

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CL 21
A Marble mantle clock attributed to Bruce Talbert (for a similar example See 19th Century Design by Michael Whiteway and Charlotte Gere page 119). Architectural form with a Bronze circular device. Stylised Gothic floral details to the side and central lower section flanked by bronze columns with ormolu mounts.
The face with Roman Numerals incised into red marble, the centre black marble with gilded stylised pointers separating each hour and the hands are gilded brass the bezel is bronze with bevelled glass.
Height 18", Width 14", Depth 6 1/2". C1875.
£POA.

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CL 23
A stunning Arts and Crafts Grandfather Clock, attributed to M. H. Ballie Scott. With plump doves in flight.
Motto : 'YESTERDAY TODAY FOR AYE' (Aye meaning Always).
The gentle tick tock brings a wonderful calm to it's surroundings.
Height 78 1/5", Depth 10 1/2", Width 18". Late C1880's.
£SOLD

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CL 24
A little Arts and Crafts mantle/bedside clock with hand formed copper leaves.
Height 7", Width at base 5". Circa 1910.
£550.

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CL 25
An Arts and Crafts oak mantle clock with carved stylised Glasgow roses, stepped top and silvered dial behind a full length door with bevelled glass flanked by two twin pillars with brass mounts to the tops and bottoms and a stylised brass plate to the bottom.
Height 16", Width 9 1/2" at the base, Depth 6 3/4" at the base. Circa 1900.
£600.

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CL 26
An Arts and Crafts Copper wall clock in the style of John Pearson with hand formed stylised floral repousse work to the face and a copper pendulum with heart detail. Fully serviced works perfectly.
Height 12", Width 10 1/2", Depth from wall 4", Pedulum drop 6". Circa 1900.
£1200.

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CL 28
An Arts and Crafts oak mantle clock attributed to Liberty and Co in the style of C F A Voysey. The silvered dial flanked by subtle inverted sweeps to the sides with chevron inlays to the edges and a lower central inlaid quartered oval with string inlay around it. Stood on a plinth base with brass bun feet.
Height 12 1/2", Width at base 9 3/4", Depth 5". Circa 1900.
£POA.

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CL 30
A 1970's perspect clock by Jaegar, Battery operated.
Height 5", Depth of feet 2 1/4", Width 5".
£295.

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CL SOLD 50
Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson (1876-1955), a rare oak longcase clock, with carved florets to the front and his famous little mouse climbing up the side :-
HICKORY DICKORY DOCK, THE MOUSE RAN UP THE CLOCK.
The German movement with a 10 inch brass square dial and a silvered Roman numeral chapter ring, with three chiming rods inside, these movements were made by E.Schmeckenbecher an old German clock maker.
Height 76" 194cm, Width 18", Depth 13".
£SOLD.

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CL SOLD 51
A sweet little Mouseman Barometer.
Circa 1950' 60's.
£SOLD.

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CL SOLD 53
An Arts and Crafts Silver Plated Clock with riveted construction, copper face with hand formed numerals. The clock has a brass plaque which reads:- Presented to H.V.H.Everard by the members of the Ramblers Club of the South Western Polytechnic Chelsea on the occasion of His Marriage July 1909. Two original photographs of the presentation.
Height 15 1/2", Width 8 1/4", Depth 8 1/4".
£SOLD.

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CL SOLD 54
A Liberty and Co oak mantel clock in the style of C F A Voysey with silvered dial stylised floral copper inlays.
Height 11", Width at base 9", Depth 5 1/4". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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CL SOLD 55
An Arts and Crafts brass mantle clock in the style of George Walton. With an oval shaped sky Blue Ruskin jewel to the base. Retaining it's original winding key.
Height 13 3/4", Width 8 3/4", Depth 3 1/2". Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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CL SOLD 56
A Liberty and Co Pewter clock with blue enamel dial. Stamped English Pewter Made For Liberty. Numbered 0760.
Height 4 1/2", Width at base 3" Square.
£SOLD.

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CL SOLD 57
A Liberty and Co Tudric Pewter carriage clock with blue green enamel dial.
Height 4 1/2", Depth 2 1/2", Width 2 1/2". Circa 1903.
£SOLD.

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CL SOLD 58
A good Glasgow School brass wall clock attributed to M Gilmour.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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CL SOLD 59
An impressive Arts and Crafts oak Bracket clock. Architectural form with 1902 carved into the base.
A Camrer Cuss fusee chain movement in brass with the original paper label inside the door.

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CL SOLD 60
A Gothic Revival Ebonised clock designed by Lewis.F.Day. with ormulo brass mounts, a blue and white stylised ceramic dial with incised Anglo-Japanese devices surrounding each corner and stylised floral ceramic tiles above and below.
Height 17 1/2", Width 12 1/2", Depth 10". Circa 1870.

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CL SOLD 61
An Arts and Crafts hand formed copper clock by Hale, with dome top and stylised floral detail to the face on 4 shaped legs and platform base. Fully overhauled movement and keeps perfect time.
Height 13", Width 7 3/4" Depth 4".
£SOLD.

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CL SOLD 62
A good quality Arts and Crafts oak Grandfather clock.
Height 81 1/2", Depth 11" Width 21 1/4". Circa 1910.
£SOLD.

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