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LOT 1120
LOT 1120
A late Victorian gilt metal mounted burr walnut cased bracket clock with brass eight day triple fusee movement striking hours on a large gong and chiming quarters on four gongs, the brass break arch dial with subsidiary 'slow/fast' and 'chime/silent' indicators to arch above a matt centre, framed by a silvered chapter ring with Roman hour numerals and Arabic minutes and inscribed 'Dent, Royal Exchange, Cornhill & 61 Strand, London, No. 48787', cornered with cast and pierced gilt mask and scroll spandrels, the back plate similarly signed and numbered, the arched case with brass carry handle above four foliate finials, the sides inset with a pair of pierced scale fret panels, on a plinth base and brass bracket feet, height approx 49cm, with pendulum, case key and winder. Provenance: the clock purportedly belonged to Captain Edward Henry Bayly, a British naval officer who led a distinguished career, peaking in 1900 when he served in China during the Boxer Rebellion, stationed in Tientsin.
Hammer price: £5,500
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LOT 1140
LOT 1140
A late Victorian oak cased bracket clock with eight day triple fusee movement chiming quarters on four gongs and eight bells, and striking hours on a large gong, the brass arched dial with chime/silent, slow/fast and chime selection subsidiary dials above a silvered chapter ring with Roman hour numerals, framing a matt centre applied with a silvered plaque inscribed 'W. Lister & Sons, Newcastle on Tyne', all framed by cast and pierced gilt scroll spandrels, the case top carved with a mask and foliate scrolls above further lions masks, herm columns and flowers in relief, flanked by a pair of carved and pierced mask and scroll fret panels, on a breakfront base and bracket feet, height approx 66cm, with pendulum and winding key, together with matching oak wall bracket with similarly carved decoration and applied brass presentation plaque. Provenance: this clock was presented to the late Lord Morley in 1895 as an appreciation of his services whilst representing Newcastle-on-Tyne in parliament.
Hammer price: £2,200
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