Witney Antiques

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Witney Antiques has a diverse stock of antique clocks and household and marine barometers. We hope interested individuals and specialists in antiquarian horology will check our web site regularly for recently acquired English clocks and Continental clocks. We endeavour to stock a selection of long-case clocks (grandfather clocks) with mahogany, oak, walnut, and marquetry cases. We have long case and bracket clocks with lacquered decoration also. And bracket clocks in rosewood, ebony, tortoiseshell, ormolu, brass and marble. We handle clocks from a diverse range of makers, including examples by important 17th century makers, Thomas Tompion, Daniel Quare, Joseph Knibb and Christopher Gould. Our selection of antique timepieces and barometers are chosen for their originality, quality and aesthetic appeal. Stephen Jarrett, a long standing member of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers will be happy to answer any inquires.

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Antique Clocks and Antique Barometers. Page 1.

Witney Antiques: Antique Clocks and Barometers

William Billinge. Liverpool.

An unusual and attractive mahogany longcase clock. With a finely painted dial depicting the four seasons, also with phases of the moon and a seconds dial. Billinge is recorded working in Liverpool between 1796 and 1824. Liverpool was noted for the production of very high quality clocks.

English. Circa 1800.
Height: 240 cm (94 1/2 in). Width: 56 cm (22 in). Depth: 29 cm (11 1/2 in).

Witney Antiques: Antique Clocks and Barometers

Haley & Son, London.

A fine clock by a member of an important clock making family working in the 18th and early 19th centuries. Striking the hours and with pull repeat. Of 8 day duration with strike silent and date aperture.

English Circa 1830.
Height: 64 cm (25 in). Width: 39 cm (15in). Depth: 24 cm (9 1/2 in).

Drocourt of Paris

A very fine quality carriage clock.
Eight day with striking and half hour single strike.

French. Circa 1870.
Height: 12 cm (5 in).