Archive for the ‘Looking for antique clocks’ Category

Some good clocks sold and some good clocks bought since the previous blog. Particularly interesting is a small, pretty, typically “Jersey”, long door, mahogany, 8 day, moonphase longcase by Peter Poignand of Jersey. In Restoration – Click to view The interest is not so much in the clock itself, although it is a very good […]

The holiday season seems to be pretty much over and business is settling back down to normal with 3 good longcases away to new homes since the previous blog but, worryingly, very little of interest or quality available to buy, despite my far flung global net – the recently examined examples all lacking in quality, […]

It’s been a slow few weeks for getting completed restoration work back, due mostly to holiday commitments of the various specialist restorers I use and the big backlogs of work that all GOOD restorers seem to “suffer” from, but gradually things are getting back to normal and work is being completed – the criteria being […]

Good morning all, I am on the look out for clocks by SPECIFIC makers for customers, which as you will know, if you’re in the field, is always a long winded affair. I’m currently looking for the following antique clocks :- Cox of Devizes. Richard Lear Pinhey of Plymouth Dock. Humphrey Marsh of Highworth. Blondell […]