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Three Day Fine Arts and Antiques Sale - Day 3 - lots 1320 - end at our Derby Auction House

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Lots 1320 to 1343     Page 1 of 23
A 19th century French cartouche mantel clock, 8cm round rial with Roman and Arabic chapters, 14 day movement striking on a gong, the case painted with seated lovers in bucolic scene, floral sides, gilt metal floral crest, rococo style mounts, 35cm high, c.1870

1320

est £150.00 - £200.00 (unsold)
A 19th century French porcelain mounted lacquered brass carriage timepiece, 5cm rectangular dial inscribed with a chapter of Roman numerals, fourteen-day movement with platform escapement, the panels painted in the manner of Sevres with a lute player serenading his sweetheart, swing handle, 12.5cm high, c.1870

1321

est £800.00 - £1200.00 (unsold)
A 19th century French Renaissance Revival gilt metal mantel clock, 10.5cm silvered dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, 14-day movement striking on a gong, the arched architectural case with urn cresting and fluted urnular finials, flanked by female herms, acanthus border, scroll feet, 46cm high, c.1880

1322

SOLD £190.00
A 19th century mahogany circular wall clock, Roman numerals, single winding hole, fusee movement, 38cm diam, c.1820

1323

SOLD £280.00
A late 19th century French lacquered brass repeating carriage clock, 6cm rectangular enamel inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, fourteen-day movement striking on a gong, gorge case with swing carrying handle, 12.5cm high, fitted morocco case, c. 1890

1324

SOLD £750.00
A 19th century ormolu and porcelain mounted mantel clock, 8cm rectangular dial inscribed Martin Baskett & Martin, Paris, Roman numerals, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, the backplate signed and numbered 477, the case crested by a muse allegorical of music, the mounts painted with scantily clad putti and flowers on a pale green ground, lion paw feet, 27cm high, c.1870

1325

est £1800.00 - £2200.00 (unsold)
A 20th century brass quarter repeater carriage clock, white dial with Roman numerals, inscribed J. Penlington of Liverpool, bevel glass panels, angular swing handle, 19.5cm high

1326

SOLD £300.00
A fine 19th century gilt brass quarter striking repeating calendar carriage clock, 6cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, above a date aperture, alarm setting dial and day and date dials, the movement with platform escapement and striking on a gong, six winding/setting holes to verso, lever to base inscribed Clock/Silent/Quarter, the case profusely engraved and chased with scrolling foliage, swing carrying handle, sliding aperture cover to verso, 17cm over raised handle, c.1880, morocco case

1327

SOLD £5500.00
A French gilt metal and porcelain mantel clock, 8cm diam, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a bell, the case with bleu celeste panels decorated with cherubs, surmounted with oversize urn, cast with leafy swags, 40cm high, 42cm wide, c.1870

1328

SOLD £400.00
A Louis XVI Revival bronze and alabaster figural mantel clock, 12.5cm convex enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, fourteen-day movement striking on a bell, drum-shaped case flanked by the scantily clad Cupid, oval base, lotus knopped feet, 46cm high, c. 1900

1329

est £1000.00 - £1500.00 (unsold)
A French Rococo Revival bronze repeating alarm carriage timepiece, 7cm rectangular enamel dial inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, alarm setting dial, fourteen-day movement with platform escapement, the case boldly cast with scrolling acanthus, 17cm high, c.1900, morocco case

1330

est £1000.00 - £1500.00 (unsold)
A George III mahogany bracket clock, for the Spanish market, 17cm arched painted dial inscribed Diego Evans, Bolsa Real, Londres, Roman numerals, subsidiary Tocar/Silencio, calendar and alarm setting dials, the movement with verge escapement, signed to verso and striking on a bell, caddy top case with flaming urn and pine cone finials, bracket feet, 58cm high, c.1780

1331

est £2000.00 - £3000.00 (unsold)
A late 19th century French gilt brass mantel clock, 12cm round recessed enamel dial, Roman chapter, visible Brocot escapement, Breguet hands, the 14-day movement striking on a gong, mercury compensated pendulum, the sides with bevelled plates glass, applied with leaves to angles, oversize urn finial, leafy scroll feet, the backplate marked 1316.7, 49cm high, c.1890

1332

SOLD £250.00
A late 19th century Vienna walnut wall clock, 19cm enamel dial with Roman chapter, fretted hands, 8-day movement, striking on a gong, the case with shaped glaze door, flanked by turned columns, the cresting centered by a mask medallion, 146cm high, c.1870

1333

SOLD £85.00
A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted boulle cartouche shaped mantel clock, 8cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman and Arabic numerals, French 14-day movement striking on a gong, Harrods label to verso door, the case veneered in premier and contra partie with leafy scrolls, 34cm high, c.1900

1334

SOLD £220.00
A substantial French-style carriage alarum, Anglaise riche case, 8-day movement, platform escapement, ceramic dial and panels hand painted with female nudes, Roman chapter, pierced hands, sweep seconds, subsidiary setting dial.

1335

SOLD £95.00
A Victorian gilt-metal mounted burr walnut bracket clock, the 14.5cm rectangular gilt brass dial with silvered chapter ring inscribed with Roman and Arabic numerals, Slow/Fast dial to arch, Lenzkirch eight-day movement striking on a gong, caddy top case with carrying handle and flaming brazier finials, canted angles with composite pilasters, bracket feet, 46cm high, c. 1880

1336

SOLD £800.00
An early 20th century Continental silver-gilt and cabouchon mounted onyx mantel timepiece, 4cm engine turned dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, keyless movement, the case with hardstone owl within a niche, rectangular base, 12cm high, c.1920

1337

est £700.00 - £900.00 (unsold)
An early 20th century French lacquered brass carriage clock, 6cm white enamel rectangular dial painted with Roman numerals and subsidiary batons, eight-day movement striking on a gong, fluted columns, swing carrying handle, ogee base, bracket feet, 16cm high, dated 1912

1338

est £100.00 - £150.00 (unsold)
An early 20th century mahogany arched rectangular mantel clock, satinwood strung and crossbanded, 16cm diam with Roman numerals, three winding holes, eight day movement, striking on a gong and quarter chiming on four, the case with brass carrying handle, skirted plinth, gilt brass ball feet, 39cm high, c.1920

1339

SOLD £75.00
An early 20th century silver coloured metal mounted tortoiseshell timepiece, 3.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, keyless movement with platform escapement, bombe shaped case, bun feet, 10.5cm high, c.1920

1340

est £400.00 - £600.00 (unsold)
A Chippendale Revival mahogany musical shortcase hall clock, 18cm arched silvered dial inscribed Coxon, Nottingham, Chime/Silent and Slow/Fast dials to arch, triple-winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the case with swan neck pediment, brass ball-and-spire finial, carved throughout with blind tracery, shaped rectangular door to waist, ogee bracket feet, 183cm high, c. 1925

1341

SOLD £220.00
An Edwardian silver mounted tortoiseshell carriage timepiece, 5.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed ** South Audley Street, fourteen day movement with platform escapement, swing handle and mounts embossed with scrolling foliage, bun feet, 13.5cm over handle, London 1910, morocco case

1342

est £500.00 - £700.00 (unsold)
A French marble and gilt metal mounted figural mantel clock on ebonised base with dome, the 8cm enamel dial having blue Roman chapter in a gilt metal drum supported on one side by a volute with a crest of a trophy of palm, wreath and codex, and supported on the other side by the seated figure of a poet in 17th century dress holding a pen and scroll, the 14-day movement striking on a bell, all on a rectangular white marble base supported on six feet, two end ones in the form of volutes, the remainder lion's paw, all centred by a mask, with pendulum and (later) key, clock 38 cm wide and 28.5cm high, the with base and dome over all height 45cm, c. 1870.

1343

SOLD £120.00
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