English Longcase This chart will give an approximate date for your painted dial longcase clock. Dating chart Compiled by Jon Kneebone. Feature: Unusual: Normal Period: Unusual: Numbering: Dotted Minutes: 1770-1800 -1810: Minutes 5,10,15,20 etc: 1770-1800 -1810: Minutes 15,30,45,60 only: 1795: 1800-1820 -1830: Minutes not numbered: 1810-.
How To Date Your Grandfather Clock. Another late dial, from the end of the Grandfather clock production days. Not much white left on here - - -. Center seconds hand and large date hand, rolling moon phases in the arch. Very typical of the late dials, except for the center seconds and use of.
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Antique longcase clocks for sale. Longcase clocks also known as grandfather clocks, tall-case clocks or floor clocks are tall freestanding, usually weight-driven pendulum clocks with the pendulum held inside the tower or waist of the case. We have a stunning collection of early original London Longcase Clocks by prestigious London makers such.
All antique longcase clocks come with an eighteen month guarantee and can ne delivered worldwide. Longcase clocks or Grandfather clocks are tall, freestanding pendulum clocks that are driven by weights. The English clock maker William Clement has been credited with designing the original longcase clock in 1670 and due to their superior accuracy.Learn More
In short, there is a large financial gulf between the few clocks that have survived in original condition and those that have been significantly altered or updated. Further Reading. The Longcase Clock by Tom Robinson, Antique Collectors' Club, ISBN-10: 0907462073. Painted Dial Clocks by Brian Loomes, Antique Collectors' Club, ISBN-10: 185149183X.Learn More
Date Wheel Replacement There are many ways that an English Longcase clock can have a calendar feature, I would think the most common is where the calendar aperture is below the centre of the dial. This system uses one intermediate wheel, driven, from the wheel underneath the snail (see later pictures) and it has twice as many teeth as its driver, in other words, it rotates once per day.Learn More
Most longcase clocks were made from circa. 1660 to 1860, although production had ceased in London by approximately circa. 1800, but continued to be very popular elsewhere in Britain.Learn More
We repair and renovate clock movements, dials and cases to their original state using techniques contemporary to the age of the antique clock. We specialise in 17th-18th century clocks, including the restoration of Dutch marquetry longcase clocks. The following video is an example of a completed longcase clock, grandfather clock restoration.Learn More
Longcase Clocks At Carlton Clocks, you can be assured by our years of expertise that all the grandfather clocks we sell are completely original. That is to say, unless we state to the contrary, the movement started off life with the case.Learn More
Antique Eight Day Longcase Clocks, Longcase Clock With Rocking Ships Automaton. A solid oak longcase clock, dating to the end of the 18th Century beginning of the 19th Century. It has a dome top hood with a wavy pediment and three turned removable giltwood finials and reeded side pillars. The case has a long arch top door and a shaped plinth.Learn More
Mahogany Antique Longcase Clocks. These are tall freestanding clocks driven by a long pendulum and housed in wooden, decorated or carved, cases. Longcase clocks often referred to as Grandfather clocks, Grandmother Clocks and Granddaughter depending on their size. Please browse antique Grand father longcase clocks below.Learn More
Our collection of British antique longcase clocks date from the late 17th to early 19th centuries with a particular emphasis on the Georgian period. Our antique longcase clocks were produced by both London and provincial clockmakers in a variety of cases - walnut, mahogany, ebonised, satinwood, some including marquetry inlay or lacquerwork.Learn More
A small, original,solid oak longcase clock dating to the first half of the 19th Century (c.1820). It has an arch top case of simple lines, turned side pillars with brass capitals, with a long door and a bracket base. The arch top painted enamel dial has subsidiary seconds and date dials with a rural hunting scene to the arch and is signed by the maker Richard Clark of Newport .It has an 8 day.Learn More
Longcase clock - Brass, Steel - 20th century Clock. Legendary JAEGER LECOULTRE numbered clock (17947) completely still in original condition. Longcase clock - Brass, Steel. In fantastic condition, some slight wear but nothing to be concerned about.Learn More
We pride ourselves on originality and selling quality Longcase clocks from a wide range of London makers from Dent and Frodsham right through to our regional Scottish makers. These clocks are made from the Georgian period to Edwardian period. The collection compromises of a high precision Domestic jewellers regulator, Tubular musical Longcase, tidal and long durations.Learn More