Clocks, Watches and Barometers

A 1980's Rolex oyster perpetual GMT master, with blue and red bezel - Sold for £11,000

A Rolex gentleman's oyster perpetual bi-metal chronometer wristwatch, having a silvered dial with gilt baton hours, on a flexible strap, with a hinged clasp, boxed - Sold for £1,550

An early 18th century Dutch figured walnut longcase clock, circa 1720, the hood with fret carved decoration, surmounted by three painted carved wooden figural finials, the bombe case enclosed by a panelled door, centred by a shaped lenticle, the arched brass dial having a silvered chapter ring, within pierced brass spandrels, subsidiary seconds and calendar niche, signed Roger Dunster, the twin train movement striking on a bell - Sold for £4,500

A Ulysse Nardin marine chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, 356-66 with an 18 carat gold case, no. 269, on a brown leather strap, in original fitted box, together with an Ulysse Nardin rollerball pen, cased - Sold for £5,800

A Patek Philippe vintage 18 carat gold cased gentleman's manual wind wristwatch, circa 1960's, the signed textured blue dial with baton hours, the twenty jewel movement numbered 988100, on a flexible gold strap, with a hinged clasp, in original box, with papers - Sold for £3,700

A 19th century Louis XIV style boulle work and ormolu mounted bracket clock, the scarlet tortoiseshell and cut brass case with glazed sides, surmounted by a gilt cherub, the chased brass dial with blue and white enamel numerals, the eight day movement striking on a bell, 50cm high - Sold for £880

An 18th century mahogany and chevron strung stick barometer, the silvered dial inscribed barometrum, with an exposed tube and convex cistern cover below, 103cm tall - Sold for £780

A 19th century marble three piece clock garniture, the portico case mounted with gilt metal decoration, the enamel chapter ring showing Roman hours, flanked by marble urns, each surmounted with a pineapple finial, having an eight day movement, 59cm high - Sold for £910

A 1980's Tudor Prince Oyster Date steel cased gentleman's wristwatch, with a black dial and self-winding movement, on a flexible strap, in original box with papers and certificate dated 1980 - Sold for £380

A 19th century mahogany cased wheel barometer, inlaid with conch shells, having a broken arch pediment and silvered dial signed P. Gally, 97cm tall - Sold for £1,450

An early 20th century synchronome electric Master clock, with a silvered dial, in a mahogany case, 146cm high overall - Sold for £1,450

An ornate early 19th century rosewood, brass and mother of pearl inlaid wheel barometer, with an onion top, decorated with foliage, scrolls and a vase of flowers, the silvered dial signed A.C. Hedges, 44 New Bond Street, London, 108cm tall - Sold for £440

A 19th century French white alabaster, bronze and ormolu mounted three piece clock garniture, with a painted enamel dial, surmounted by a cherub and a cockerel, the twin train drum movement numbered 1569, striking on a bell, flanked by a pair of putti after Clodion, 38cm tall - Sold for £320

A 19th century mahogany cased stick barometer, P. Myers, London, 100cm tall - Sold for £520

A large George III mahogany cased longcase clock, the hood with a swan neck pediment and the case with reeded canted angles, the arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring signed Park, Liverpool to the centre, below the moon phase, the twin train movement with an anchor escapement striking on a bell, 231cm tall - Sold for £1,400

An early 20th century mahogany cased dial clock, with a twenty four inch printed dial and fusee movement, Morgan Brothers, London, 61cm - Sold for £750

A 19th century mahogany and chevron strung cased wheel barometer, the swan neck pediment centred by an ivory finial, inlaid with paterae, the silvered eight inch dial signed, Walter Gough, No.1 Middle Row, Holborn, London, 100cm tall - Sold for £650

A Victorian 18 carat gold cased ladies half hunter pocket watch, in a fitted case - Sold for £260

A Rolex ladies oyster perpetual datejust bi-metal wristwatch, the black dial with gilt baton hours, on a flexible strap, with a hinged clasp, boxed - Sold for £1,350

An early 20th century Sitzendorf porcelain three piece clock garniture, painted and encrusted with coloured flowers, with cherubs supports, 53cm high - Sold for £440

A 19th century mahogany cased drop dial wall clock, the painted 12 inch dial with Roman hours, signed Dixon, Norwich, the case with brass inlaid decoration, having a thirty hour fusee movement, inscribed Norwich April 21st 1890 to the reverse, 59cm high overall - Sold for £360

An 18th century mahogany cased longcase clock, the arched brass dial having a silver chapter ring, signed John Hemmers, London, the twin train movement striking on a bell, 218cm tall - Sold for £1,400

A Chopard Mille 1000 Miglia chronograph wristwatch, 8316, limited edition, with tyre gauge and booklets, boxed - Sold for £1,600

An 18th century walnut and crossbanded cased long case clock, the arched brass dial with subsidiary seconds and date aperture, signed Wm Sellers, Long Acre, London, having an eight day movement striking on a bell, 209cm tall - Sold for £3,600

A Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Chronometer steel cased gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with baton hours, on a flexible strap - Sold for £1,050

An unusually large 19th century mahogany cased stick barometer, the bowed case with ebony inlay, with an ivory dial having two adjustable scales, signed A. Abraham, Optician, Liverpool, with a bowed cistern cover below, 99cm high - Sold for £620

A Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT Master steel and gold cased gentleman's chronometer wristwatch, with a black dial and flexible bi-colour strap, boxed - Sold for £2,800

A Victorian 18 carat gold half hunter pocket watch, the engraved case with Roman hours, having a white enamel dial, numbered 12097, with presentation inscription dated January 1888, 4.5cm diameter, cased - Sold for £750.00

A late George III mahogany cased stick barometer, the arched silvered dial signed Aiano & Co., Fecit, with exposed tub and convex cistern cover below, 93cm tall, with receipt from 1984 - Sold for £880

A 19th century brass cased carriage clock, the white enamel dial, with three subsidiary dials and moon phase, the lever platform escapement with a push repeat, 21cm tall - Sold for £1,350

An 18th century Danish walnut cased longcase clock, the arched brass dial with a moon phase, signed Clasfen, Sonderborg, the eight day movement striking on a bell, 217cm tall - Sold for £780

A Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air King Date Precision gentleman's steel cased wristwatch, circa 1980's, the signed black dial with baton hours and calendar aperture, on a bracelet strap, with a hinged clasp - Sold for £1,400

A 1960's Rolex Precision gentleman's wristwatch, on an expanding gold plated strap, with presentation inscription dated 26th March 1966 - Sold for £720

A French cut brass and gilt metal mounted boulle style mantel clock, by W. H. Tooke, Paris, 30cm tall - Sold for £340

An 18 carat gold cased gentleman's open faced pocket watch, the black painted dial inscribed E.I. Dent, London 7290, 7cm overall - Sold for £380

An ornate 19th century continental brass cased mantel clock, surmounted by an urn, decorated with scrolls and dragons, on paw feet, the dial with Roman hours, having an eight day movement striking on a bell, 57cm high - Sold for £230

A 17th century style walnut cased longcase clock, the brass dial signed Christoph Gould, London Fecit, the eight day movement striking on bell, 201cm tall - Sold for £3,000

A Breitling gentleman's Superocean chrono wristwatch, 500m, A13340, on a flexible steel strap, boxed with papers - Sold for £1,000

A George II black japanned and gilt chinoiserie decorated longcase clock, the arched brass dial with gilt metal spandrels, signed Ben Fieldhouse, Leominster, surmounted by an automaton face with moving eyes, with an eight day movement, 218cm tall - Sold for £1,050

A Baume and Mercier gentleman's chronograph stainless steel cased wristwatch, on a flexible strap - Sold for £740

A 19th century French gilt metal mounted marble figural mantel clock, surmounted by three fairies, bearing a label inscribed Printemps per Lalouette, the enamel dial showing Arabic numerals, standing on swept gilt metal feet, having an eight day movement, 76cm high - Sold for £200

An Omega stainless steel cased military wristwatch, numbered 22435, on a black leather strap - Sold for £500

An impressive 19th century walnut cased bracket clock, by James McCabe, the signed silvered dial with Roman hours and strike silent, inscribed Royal Exchange, London and numbered 2125, the signed brass repeating movement striking on a gong, 70cm tall - Sold for £920

An Omega Seamaster automatic steel cased wristwatch, with a black dial on a rubber strap - Sold for £900

A 19th century French bronze mantel clock, mounted with a model of an elephant, on a plinth base, 28cm high - Sold for £220

An early 20th century 9 carat gold open faced pocket watch, the white enamel dial with Roman hours and subsidiary seconds dial, suspended from a 9 carat gold chain, cased - Sold for £560

An ornate 19th century French brass cased mantel clock, surmounted by a figure, the enamel dial with Roman hours, signed A Ruffito, Paris, on four scrolled feet, 56cm high - Sold for £320

A George III mahogany and chevron strung stick barometer, with a broken arch pediment, the brass dial signed Edmund Wells, London, having an exposed tube and convex cystern cover below, 98cm tall - Sold for £520

An 19th century ebonised bracket clock, with gilt metal mounts, the arched case having pierced grille sides and surmounted by three finials, the arched six inch dial, with a silvered chapter ring, within pierced spandrels, the three train movement with pull repeat, striking on five gongs, 46cm tall - Sold for £700

An ornate 19th century continental brass cased mantel clock, surmounted by an eagle, the enamel chapter ring showing Arabic numerals, decorated with masks and foliage, standing on ogee bracket feet, having an eight day movement, 45cm high - Sold for £130

A 19th century gold plated Denston half hunter pocket watch, the enamel dial with Arabic hours and subsidiary seconds dial, on a 9 carat gold watch chain, boxed - Sold for £440

An 18th century walnut cased longcase clock, the door centred by a lenticle, having an arched brass dial with subsidiary seconds and calendar niche, signed William Kipling, London, the twin train movement with an anchor escapement, striking on a bell, 214cm tall - Sold for £1,550

An ornate 19th century French pierced brass cased mantel clock, surmounted by a figure, the enamel chapter ring showing Arabic hours, the case decorated with masks and foliage, having and eight day movement, 49cm high - Sold for £280

A 1970's Rolex Oyster precision gentleman's steel cased wristwatch, model 6426, the silvered dial with baton hours, on a brown leather strap, boxed - Sold for £900

A late 17th century oak cased wall clock, the ten inch brass dial engraved throughout with foliate designs, the brass chapter ring with Roman hours and a single hand, having an anchor escapement, in a later oak case, 70cm tall - Sold for £1,500

A 19th century French brass clock garniture, the enamel dial showing Roman hours, having an eight day movement, flanked by a pair of ornate brass five branch candelabra, 41cm high - Sold for £290

An Omega Speedmaster steel cased gentleman's chronograph wristwatch, circa 1970, with a black dial, on a link strap, with a hinged clasp - Sold for £5,500

A Regency style mahogany and brass mounted bracket clock, the case surmounted by five pineapple finials, the broken arch dial with pierced brass spandrels and silvered chapter ring showing Roman hours, on brass paw feet, having an eight day movement, 62cm high - Sold for £200

An 18th century red japanned and gilt Chinoiserie decorated longcase clock, the ten inch brass dial, with a silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds dial and calendar niche, signed Jno. Webster, London, having a twin train movement striking on a bell, 209cm tall - Sold for £2,200

A 19th century mahogany cased dial clock, the twelve inch brass dial with Roman hours, signed J. Barwise, London, having a fusee movement, 40cm diameter - Sold for £2,600

A diamond set Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust steel cased chronometer wristwatch, the black dial with date aperture and diamond hours, having an 18 carat white gold bezel, set with fifty-four diamonds, on a flexible strap, with a hinged clasp, boxed with receipt and certificate - Sold for £2.900

A 19th century bronze and gilt metal mantel clock, surmounted by a young couple beneath a palm tree, the enamel dial showing Roman numerals, signed Ros A Paris, all contained under a glass dome, 51cm high - Sold for £180

A late 19th century 9 carat gold cased open faced pocket watch, with a white enamel dial, 5cm diameter - Sold for £210

A rare 19th century gun metal cased calendar pocket watch, the white enamel dial with Roman hours and moon phase, the back opening to reveal a calendar, numbered 53953, 5cm diameter - Sold for £270

An 18th century oak cased eight day longcase clock, the eleven inch broken arch brass dial with strike/silent selection and pierced brass spandrels, the chapter ring showing Roman hours and Arabic minutes, surrounding a subsidiary seconds dial, showing Arabic seconds, with date aperture, signed Thompson, Bury, the case with fret carved cornice, the dial flanked by fluted columns, on a plinth base, 220cm high - Sold for £480

An Ebel automatic chronograph wristwatch, having a signed white dial, on a leather strap, in a suede case, boxed with papers - Sold for £620

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A Rolex gentleman's oyster perpetual bi-metal chronometer wristwatch, having a silvered dial with gilt baton hours, on a flexible strap, with a hinged clasp, boxed - Sold for £1,550