We handle a wide range of clocks throughout our sales covering many historical periods, from 17th century longcase clocks such as the walnut and marquetry E. Norris, Londini example which sold for £13,000, to the 18th century, an example of an Irish longcase clock of this period by Paul Pineau, Dublin sold for £7,500, to the 19th century where we sell pieces such as John Bryson, Dalkeith, drum head longcase for £900 to the typically more Victorian examples such as D. Lumsden, Anstruther longcase which sold for £1,200. As well as longcase clocks we also sell mantle clocks, bracket clocks and carriage clocks.

A 17th century walnut and marquetry longcase clock by E. Norris, Londini, sold for £13,000

A George III bracket clock, Hayley and Milner, London, sold for £4,400

A late 19th century gilt brass repeating carriage clock, J. W. Benson, 25 Old Bond Street, London, sold for £850

An 18th century lantern clock, Edward Hemins, Bister, sold for £4,800

A Victorian mahogany longcase clock, D. Lumsden, Anstruther, sold for £1,200

An 18th century Irish walnut, burr walnut, ebony and boxwood lined longcase clock, Paul Pineau, Dublin, sold for £7,500

A Regency ormolu mantle clock, sold for £580

An early 19th century mahogany drumhead longcase clock, John Bryson, Dalkeith, sold for £900