W.F.TURK - Antique Clocks
|16th July 2019|
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JOHN WISE LONDON
An early 18th century walnut Long case clock by John Wise of London.
the 8-day movement with countwheel strike.
Made circa 1715
An 18th century Mahogany Longcase clock of good colour and proportions.
The trunk with quarter columns, the base with canted angles and a raised panel.
The excellent quality 8-day movement has a brass dial with the makers name signed on a shaped cartouche.
Made circa 1770
Height 88 inches(223.5cm)to the top of the centre finial.
An Early 20th century weight driven Grandaughter style clock.
The mahogany case has a gradrooned pagoda top and blind fretwork.
The quality 3-train quarter chiming movement sounds on coiled gongs which have an excellent tone.
The weights are brass cased and the pendulun has a wood rod with a cylindrical bob.
The movement with the makers stamp for Elliott`s
Height 69 inches(175.2cm)
Made circa 1920
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An early 20th century Tubular chime Long case clock.
The good quality weight driven German made movement has a Dead-beat escapement, maintaining power and beat adjustment.
The quarter chiming mechanism has a tune selector to the arch of the dial and can be set to play Westminster, St. Michael or Whittington chimes on Tubular bells.
There are also chime and strike silent levers to the nine & three O`clock positions.
These levers allow the mechanism to quarter chime only with no hour strike, or Hour strike only with no quarter chime.
But of course full quarter and hour strike can be played together if the lever are set to the appropriate positions, or no chime or strike at all.
The movement has been fully serviced and is in fine working order.
The dial is in good condition with the original gilding & silvering, and is signed with the retailers name J. W .Benson London.
The dial plate measures 26.5 cm x 37 cm so much smaller than other clocks of a similar design making this example much rarer.
Additionally the total height of the case is only 211cm
The Mahogany case has detailed panels to the front, and also the sides of the base.
The sides of the trunk also have bevelled edge glasses which allow more light in to the case so you can see the polished tubular bells, weights and pendulum more easily, making this a visually more attractive clock.
There are also chamfered angles to the trunk and base with blind fretwork, frets to the sides of the hood, and blind fretwork to the arch of the hood.
It should be noted that Tubular chiming long case clocks are usually much larger than this example.
This has a smaller dial, and therefore the case has corresponding smaller proportions.
Made circa 1920.
Height 83 inches (211cm)
An exceptional quality English RegulatorThe case of this fine quality clock is very heavily constructed to give extra stability.
This very original clock still retains interior glass sliding panels to help protect the pendulum from outside influences.
This is a very rare feature, so to see one with original pendulum protection panels is quite something.
The exceptional quality Month duration movement has jewels and endstones to the escape wheel and pallets,plus end- stops to the rest of the train. The escape-wheel is made of steel engaging with jewelled pallets.
The weighted pivoted crutch engages with the Grid-Iron pendulum which is suspended from a substantial block mounted on the back of the case.
All wheel-work has 5 spoke crossings.
There is maintaining power, and stop-work for the winding mechanism.
The 10 inch shallow arched dial is signed Perigall & Duterreau Bond Street.
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A stunning late 18th/early 19th century long case regulator.
The mahogany case of unusual style,is very elegant.
Not only is the complex construction of the case unusual, but the movement is also long duration running for approximately 3-months.
The 12 inch re-painted dial is signed H.Alpen South Street.
No record of the maker can be found in any of the usual reference books,so the name on the dial could be a later user as is quite often the case on clocks used as shop / workshop regulators.
What is very clear is that this is a very "Rare" clock, of unusual design and Duration.
Height 73.5 inches (187cm) plus the small pagoda and finial
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Daniel Quare London
A particularly fine late 17th century Walnut & Marquetry Long case clock.
The high quality marquetry case of superb proportions with panels to the trunk door.
The "Month" duration movement of the excellent quality, and originality, typical of Daniel Quare`s highest productions, having thick plates and finely finned pillars.
The 11 inch dial signed to the chapter ring.
Height 6` 9" (205 cm)
JAMES ELY LONDON
A good proportioned lacquered Longcase clock with original decorations and not totally repainted as many are.
The 8-day movement has a brass dial with strike / silent to the arch and an arched cartouche bearing the makers name to the matted centre.
Made circa 1770
Height 94 inches ( 239cm )
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