Atmos Clock by Jaeger LeCoultre Perpetual Motion Clock $1,200
This Atmos is from 1972, serial number 309985. This clock runs on temperature changes and never needs winding. Just place it where you want it, on a stable surface, and set it, then start it and that is the last time you need to touch it until the time changes. Silent running, no strike or chime, it's a marvel to watch. The pendulum(balance) at the bottom spins slowly, making a full revolution before stopping and doing the same revolution but in the opposite direction. A mesmerizing motion that is hard to stop watching.
SOLD Sonora Chime Clock by Seth Thomas plays Westminster on Bells $1,100 SOLD
A Seth Thomas Clock Company specialty clock, Sonora Chime clocks play on a nest of bells inside the case on the quarter hours. One of the most beautiful sounding clocks ever produced. The case is a veneer designed to emulate Rosewood, it's called Adamantine. Rare, stunning, this 8-day clock is going to make a wonderful addition to your home.
Flying Pendulum Clock or Ignatz Clock by Horolovar $525
A fun clock for all to enjoy. The ball is on a string that flies around, winding around the upright posts in one direction, then the other, then it "flies" over to the other post and does it's thing there too. Over and over again. Not the best timekeeper but fascinating to watch. It will captivate you. Made in the 60's this is a reproduction of a famous late 1800's clock. Limited to 11,000 + or - then, they are very rare now.
Italian made Bracket Clock, with it's matching bracket(shelf) $975
This is a stunning modern clock with it's marquetry case, porcelain numerals and matching bracket. It has a new Hermle bim-bam movement that strikes the hours on two bells mounted above the movement. Beautiful to look at, lovely to listen too. This will make a fabulous addition to anyones clock collection.
German Open Well Grandfather Clock - Solid European Oak - $4,000.00
This clock has a nice old world look and feel. The clock has exposed pendulum and weights. The dial and weights have elaborate etchings that are matching. The case is in spectacular condition and has an original finish. Striking the hour and the half hour. The bottom section of the case has a door for storage. I'm not sure what you would want to store in there but it's there!
Dutch Rocking Ship Tall Case Clock Handmade Case with 1700's Movement - $4,500.00
This rare and unique clock was handmade by a master woodworker. An old cherry dresser was disassembled to recreate a replica clock case to replace the original case that had been destroyed. The movement is an authentic Dutch rocking ship movement from the late 1700's. As the pendulum ticks back and forth the ship at the top of the dial rocks back and forth to create a sailing motion. It is mesmerizing and worth a stop in the shop to see this beautiful clock!
Art Moderne Chiming Mantel Clock - $525.00 SOLD
A Mantel clock in the Moderne style from the 60's The side panels on the front are molded metal and the whole case is metal too. Plays Westminster chimes on the quarter hours. 8 day movement. 12.5" x 11" x 6"...
Waterbury Black Mantel Clock Garcia Model - $600.00
This Waterbury clock was sold at Sears stores and is in great original condition. It's a Time and Strike clock meaning it strikes the count of the hour at the hour on a gong and the half hour once on a small bell in the movement. The columns are faux painted. 16" x 10.5" x 6"...
Carved Oak German Round Top Grandfather Clock - $4,800.00
A great sounding German floor clock from the 1920's. This clock has an unusual chiming pattern, though it has only 2 weights it plays a Bim Bam strike on the quarters, once on the first quarter, twice on the half hour, three times on the third quarter and then it strikes out the number of the hour at the hour. In amazing original condition with some very nice carvings. 79" x 21" x 11"...
Colonial 5 Tube Grandfather Clock Rare Case - $3,200.00
A rare Colonial Clock Company tubular bell floor clock with an engraved dial w/moon phase. Walnut case with burl wood applied in the arch. Smallish clock will fit in a lot of places in your home. 76" x 18" x 13"...
SOLD Ridgeway Vintage Grandfather Clock - $1,600.00
A tall Ridgeway floor clock with a very vintage look. It can play your choice of three different melodies on the quarters and strikes the count of the hour at the hour. Great case with a metal lattice over the front door glass. 85" x 24" X 14"...
Ridgeway Grandfather Clock - $650.00
A Ridgeway floor clock with Westminster Chimes on the quarter hours. The chimes can be silenced manually whenever you need them to be. Probably from the 80's. 77" x 18" x 10.5"...
Emperor Grandfather Clock Westminster Chimes - $750.00
This traditionally styled case will look great in a dining room or foyer. It plays Westminster chimes on the quarter hours and strikes the number of the hour at the hour. A petite case with a very thin waist. 74.5" x 16.5" x 10"...
Howard Miller Grandfather Clock - $925.00
This Howard Miller floor clock is modeled after an old English style of tall case clock. With dentil molding at the top, the oversized bonnet and in Oak. It plays Westminster chimes on the quarters and strikes the number of the hour at the hour. 75" x 20" x 12.5"...
Howard Miller Traditional Grandfather Clock - $750.00
This is a traditional styled Howard Miller floor clock. It plays Westminster chimes on the quarter hours and strikes the number of the hour at the hour. 76" x 16.5" x 10"...
Ridgeway Grandfather Clock - $725.00
This beautiful Ridgeway floor clock has very nice design features, including fancy molding at the top and half columns with brass capitals top and bottom. It plays Westminster chimes on the quarters and strikes the number of the hour at the hour. 72.5" x 21" x 11"...
Colonial Grandfather Clock in Oak - $850.00
A vintage Colonial Clock Company floor clock with an arched top in Oak. Plays Westminster chimes on the quarter hours and strikes the number of the hour at the hour. Very nice columns up the sides. 75" x 19" x 10"...
Trend by Sligh Grandfather Clock Triple Chime - $950.00
A very nice Trend floor clock with a cable driven triple chime movement. Triple chimes, for those that don't know, means there are three different melodies available to play on the quarter hours. Whittington, St. Michael and Westminster. The weights hang from cables and not chains. This clock also has a seconds bit or hand. Very nice columns on the sides of the front and a moon phase dial, showing the phases of the moon during the month. Raised numerals on the dial with fancy spandrels in the corners. 78" x 21" x 12"...
Sligh Grandfather Clock Beveled Glass - SOLD
A beautiful Sligh floor clock with triple chimes and cable driven. Dark oak case with nice carvings and beveled glass in the door. A seconds bit or hand on the dial. Moon phase dial too. Plays Westminster chimes on the quarters and strikes the number of the hour at the hour. 79.5" x 22.5" x 12"...
Ridgeway Grandfather Clock - $675.00
A very nice Oak cased Ridgeway floor clock with a moon phase dial. Plays Westminster chimes and strikes the hour. 77" x 20.5" x 12"...
Herschede 9 Tube Hall Clock Marquis De Lafayette Model 117 - $4,500.00
This top of the line Herschede floor clock has 9 tubular bells that play three different melodies on the quarters, Westminster, Whittington or Canterbury. The sound is the best in the clock world. These tubular bell clocks sound like a church organ when they play. The quality level is the best in the industry. This particular model is in Oak with fabulous carvings on the case. The dial's chapter ring is silvered with a seconds bit and is surrounded by hand filigreed brass spandrels which have then been chased, or engraved by hand. The hand painted moon phase dial is spectacular. The subsidiary dials allow you to choose the melody or turn them off altogether. This particular clock also comes with it's original paperwork. A clock not to be missed. 86" x 23" x 16"...
English Tall Case Clock Circa 1850 - $3,300.00
This 1850's English Tall Case clock has a hand painted dial with a seconds bit. Mahogany case with traditional thin waist. It strikes the hours on a bell mounted atop the movement, which is accessed via the removable bonnet. It features a 31 day calendar subsidiary dial as well. Great investment And a lovely addition to any home.
French Onyx Mantle Clock - $1,200.00
This stunning Onyx cased clock was made in France and is a beautiful representative of their clock making. The case is made of veined white onyx. The condition is perfect. It's a time and strike clock meaning it counts/strikes out the hour and once on the half hour on a rich sounding gong.
American Gingerbread Kitchen Clock - $575.00
This American time and strike kitchen clock with its gingerbread oak case is a time and strike clock. That means it strikes the number of the hour at the hour, on a gong, and then strikes just once on that gong at the half hour. It retains it's original glass in the front door, which is more and more rare nowadays. 23" x 15.5" x 5"...
New England Clock Company Grandmother Clock - $850.00
A lovely grandmother clock from the New England Clock Company. It features a beautiful inlaid case with a hand painted dial. Triple chimes, meaning three different melodies on the quarter hours are available for you to choose from. It's a very high quality case and fits into that smaller space in your home. 70" x 15.5" x 10"...
E.N. Welch Hanging Kitchen Clock - $875.00
A beautiful example of a Eastlake style hanging kitchen clock. It's got it's original glass in the front door. Fancy pendulum and alarm as well. A very original example of a rare clock style. Meant to look like a standard kitchen clock sitting on a shelf. 27" x 14.5" x 4"...
Seth Thomas Gallery Wall Clock - $675.00
A very nice Seth Thomas Clock Co. gallery wall clock. The round style wall clock is commonly called a "gallery" clock. It's a time only clock, meaning there is no strike on the hours. Just one winding hole. The dial is original showing it's age a bit. Certainly acceptable and proud of it's age. 18" diameter...
Schatz Ships Bell and Barometer Clock Set - $785.00
A good example of a rare set. Barometer and clock, both working fine. The clock strikes what is known as the "Ships Watch", 1-8 bells. So every 4 hours at sea the watch would change. At this change the person on watch would shout out "8 bells and all's well", notifying the incoming person aware that everything is good. This change happens at 12, 4 and 8 o'clock. Starting at the first half hour after the change this clock will strike 1 bell. At the first hour after the change it adds a bell, striking twice. Each half hour after it adds a bell, working it's way to 8 bells. 8 day movement needs winding once a week. The barometer tells us the barometric pressure of course. This is a aneroid barometer. It would need to be set for the pressure where you live. Which is done with a adjusting screw on the back of the case. 13" in diameter and 3.5" deep...
Dutch Friesian Schippertje Wall Clock - SOLD
A very rare and original 1700's Dutch Friesian or Schippertje wall clock. As far as I can tell completely original. Weights, angels, Atlas at the top, etc.. If you are familiar with these clocks you will see the value in this clock. Hand painted dial with alarm. Strikes a bell on the hour. There is a history of these clocks in Europe of course. Most have been modified or altered, parts lost or destroyed. But not this one! It is a 30 hour clock, meaning the weight must be wound once a day. This takes about 5 seconds literally. Just pull the chain down to wind the weight. It's a large clock. 58" x 14" x 9"...
Inlay Burl Wood German Box Clock Plays Westminster Chimes - $1,200.00
This clock has all the elegance and charm one could ask for. The case is burl wood with fruit wood inlay and gold ormolu accents. To add to the beauty it plays Westminster chimes on the quarter hours and sound as lovely as it looks! This a rare example of a clock like this because the case condition is so good! It measures about 34" tall and 13" wide.
French Picture Frame Clock - SOLD
A magnificently inlaid picture frame case. French from the late 1800's. Walnut with Marquetry. Silvered dial. It strikes the number of the hour at the hour and once on the half hour. On a spiral gong behind the movement. A spectacular clock in great condition. 19" square and 6" deep.
NEW - Franklin Mint Crystal Palace Skeleton Clock - SOLD
This clock was made by The Franklin Mint and is called the Crystal Palace Skeleton Clock. This clock is brand new in the box. It is a limited edition clock. It is quite fascinating to watch as the crystal clear gears turn as the clock runs. A beautiful show piece for a great price. It is 20.5" tall.
Mission Oak Wall Clock - $350.00
Classic oak mission wall clock. Copper colored numbers and great mission flare!
Dickory Dickory Dock Clock - $875.00 SOLD
This rare clock was reproduced in the 1960's from a very famous clock. For 12 hours the little mouse climbs the clock when the clock strikes 1 the mouse slides all the way to the bottom and rings a bell and starts the journey over. It runs for 8 days on a single wind. It measures 24.5" tall. It will delight people of all ages and is quite the conversation piece.
Briggs Rotary - $675.00
Under the dome this clock movement rotates the brass ball in a circular motion. The ball is the pendulum and responsible for the time keeping. It can mesmerize you as you watch its graceful motion. This is an 8 day clock and is a time keeper only.
Sessions Oak Schoolhouse Clock - SOLD
Traditional American Schoolhouse made by Sessions. Nice oak case. Great dial and time only.
Fabulous Old Cuckoo Clock - $1,100.00
This wonderful old cuckoo clock has a modern 8 day movement installed in it. The case is from the late 1800's and in excellent condition. It has the nest of baby birds at the bottom and magnificent carvings. It's 28" top to bottom. 21" wide and 11" deep.
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Black Forest Beautifully Grandfather Clock - SOLD
A spectacularly carved Black Forest Floor clock with a fully carved free standing Eagle on the top. Just over 8 feet tall with the most fabulous carvings we've seen on a Black Forest floor clock. It plays Westminster chimes on the quarter hours and strikes the number of the hour at the hour, all on a set of long rods with a stunning sound quality. The carvings are the best example of the wood carvers art on a clock you will ever find. Look closely at the picture of the eagle, look inside his beak, you can see his fully carved tongue. His talons are fully carved and the effect is stunning. A clock not to be missed if you are interested in carved wood.
Burl Wood German Box Clock - SOLD
Gorgeous German Box Clock with lovely burl wood patterns. It strikes a melodic Bim-Bam pattern on the hour and half hour.
Swansea and Cardiff Beehive Clock - SOLD
Lovely beehive style clock made by Swansea and Cardiff . Inlaid case with beautiful simple elegance. Time and strike on a gong.
NEW - Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos Clock - SOLD
Commonly known as a perpetual motion clock the Atmos is a scientific wonder! There is no such thing a perpetual motion but this clock can give you the illusion of such a thing because it never has to be wound, there is no battery or electric plug. So how does it work? It runs by expanding and contracting a metal bellows and then storing that power to impulse the pendulum. As long as the room changes temperature by a few degrees in 24 hours the clock will have power to run. This particular clock is in stunning condition. The gold plating is in pristine and the clock is running beautifully!
Seth Thomas #2 Mahogany Regulator - SOLD
Restored Seth Thomas #2 Regulator. The case is mahogany. The dial has been restored and it is a real gem! Time only, weight driven.
NEW - Gilbert Office Drop Calendar Clock - SOLD
This clock is a collectors dream! All original! Case in good unrestored condition.
Elliotts Of London Nest of Bells Grandfather Clock - SOLD
This gorgeous clock is a three train English Tall case movement playing Whittington chimes on a nest of eight bells or Westminster chimes on a set of 4 massive gongs, on the quarter hours. Striking the count of the hour on a very large gong. With extremely thick brass plates and very hard steel pivots, this movement is designed to work for centuries, literally. Though this movement is not marked with a manufacturers name it appears to be consistent with Elliott's of London clock movements of circa 1890. The movement is massive and has many features, including chime shut off and melody selection. The two subsidiary dials above the chapter ring of the dial are for those features. The escapement has a beat adjustment incorporating two thumb screws within the suspension bridge to adjust the ticking (the beat) for whatever angle the clock rests. The dial is incredibly elaborate with a finely engraved brass section within the chapter ring and filigreed thick brass spandrels outside the chapter ring, with chasing. The chapter ring itself is silvered with hand cut thick brass numerals applied to it and fancy decoration. There is a seconds bit just below the 12 with it's associated ring broken into 10 second segments. The entire dial assembly has been recently restored by "The Dial House" in Georgia and has their sticker on the back of the dial facing the movement. The mahogany case is finely made and in excellent original condition. It is 94 inches to the tip of the center finial, 22 inches wide at it's widest point which is the bonnet and 14 1/4 inches deep at the base. The bonnet is removable by sliding forward and allows easy access to the movement for maintenance or observation. The glass in both the bonnet and waist door is very thick with hand beveling. The bonnet glass being arched for viewing the subsidiary dials. The bonnet also has cast brass decorations on the sides with dark green silk cloth on their interior, these are to allow sound to come out into the room and keep dust away from the interior. There are two locks, one on the waist door and one on the bonnet door, both having their original keys which are cut individually for each lock. In both the front corners of the waist and the bonnet are free standing fluted mahogany columns.
Rare Circa 1880's Black Forest Cuckoo Clock Fox and Grapes - SOLD
This large cuckoo is in pristine condition. The case depicts the famous fox hunting a bird. Beautifully hand carved detail is unmatched. This is a 30 hour clock with a cuckoo popping out of the door every hours to count out the hour and once on the half hour. This clock measures 25" tall and about 18" wide. It is large and impressive antique clock!
Flying Ball Clock - SOLD
This crazy little clock is a marvel! The pendulum is a little ball that flies around the post on each side. It is fun to watch and more fun to watch others reactions to it! It is a time keeper only and should be wound once a day.
Imhof Cathedral Desk Clock with Bell Strike - SOLD
Imhof is a name known for superior craftsmanship and desk clock is a marvelous example. The case is gilded with paramount details. The movement will run eight days on a wind and strikes on a bell to count out the hour and the half hour once. All four side and the top are decorated so the clock can sit anywhere and be viewed tastefully from all angles. It measures 9" tall.
Rolling Ball Clock - SOLD
This is an amazing machine! As the clock runs the steel ball rolls back and forth on the bottom plate. It is mesmerizing! This is a hand made clock designed from the original Congreve style clock. The base is wooden with a beautiful inlay. You have to see it to believe it!
Schlenker & Kienzle Vienna Regulator Circa 1889 - SOLD
This is a beautiful 2 weight Vienna Regulator is from a very well known German maker, Schlenker & Kienzle. This case is outstanding, burl wood with beveled and etched glass door. The dial, weights, and pendulum are a perfect match with the scroll work in the brass. The clock is a time and strike on a gong and will run for eight days on a wind. It measures about 35" tall and 12" wide. Email or call for more details.
Large German Westminster Bracket Clock - SOLD
This is a large example of a German bracket clock. It measures 18" tall and 12" wide. The case is beautifully carved and detailed. The movement will play Westminster chimes on the the quarter hours. I think it is like having a grandfather clock sound in a more compact mantle clock. There is a silent and chime dial that will allow you to turn the chiming off. Also on the dial is a fast and slow function dial that will allow you to dial in the time keeping very easily.