This clock is in very good condition throughout and is made of a mix of solid Mahogany and Mahogany finish. I would describe the finish to be a medium Mahogany but please study the pictures to give yourself a better idea?
The clock has a Kieninger Westminster Chime German movement installed which is in excellent working order but as I am unsure of the history of the clock the movement will be professionally serviced before sale.
The movement is powered by 3 brass heavy weights. The brass weight shells do have a fair amount of scuff marks and tarnishing but this is purely cosmetic and does not affect the mechanism whatsoever - everything is original and in keeping with a clock that is the best part of 40 years of age. The solid brass ornate dial is in very good condition. The clock looks very traditional!
Access to the movement is easily achieved by removing either one of two side panels that are located in the hood of the clock. This makes for easy access to the movement eg., to remove/replace the pendulum etc.
The clock has Westminster chimes but can be silenced at any time. The silencing feature is easily selected by the adjustment of one or both levers which are located behind the dial and directly behind numerals 3 and 9. Access to these levers is easily made by removing the side panels that are located in either side of the hood of the clock. If both levers are set to silent mode then the clock is completely silenced. If the lever behind numeral 3 is silenced then the quarter chimes are disabled but the hour strike will continue and vice versa.
Any queries please do not hesitate to contact me?
Dimensions of clock approx:
74.5"(H) x 16.75"(W) x 8.5"(D)
clock is made of a mix of Yew and Yew finish and is in very good
condition with just the odd minor imperfection which I have tried to picture. I would estimate the age of the clock to be about 30yrs
The movement is powered
by two brass heavy weights in very good presentable condition. Likewise the brass pendulum disc and the brass tempus fugit dial.
76.5"(H) x 15.75"(W) x 9"(D)
Price £625 (Bargain)
This clock is made mainly from solid Mahogany throughout and is in excellent used condition with just the odd minor imperfection around the skirting of the clock all of which are barely visible. I would describe the finish to be a dark Mahogany but please see pictures that have been uploaded. If you require further pictures please do ask and I will happily forward further pictures to your personal email address...
The clock has an Hermle Westminster chime movement installed in exc working condition. The clock is about 10 years of ago hence the quality of the movement, which is very clean, and comes with autonight night silence. The clock on inspection shuts off from 9:30pm and restarts at 7am correcting itself from 8am onwards. So the clock is silenced for about 9.5 hours before restarting. This feature is optional and can easily be cancelled by adjusting a pushrod, access to which is from the front of the clock via the pendulum door. Also the clock has a manual silencing feature and can be selected by adjusting the lever that locates through the dial adjacent to numeral 3. This lever is used to re- select the Westminster Chime.
The clock is powered by 3 brass heavy weights in very good condition with just the odd scuff/tarnish here and there. However these are small and with the weights correctly positioned on the chains are barely visible. The weights are extremely presentable! The lyre pendulum is also in very good condition as is the brass moon dial which is in excellent working order.
Access to the movement is at the rear of the clock via a removable panel.
The clock has 3 opening doors which includes a door at the bottom part of the cabinet, all of which are held firmly closed under lock and key.
This clock looks superb and would enhance any home! The dimensions of the clock are approximately:
86"(H) x 21"(W) x 11(D)
Where (W)&(D) are part of clock that contacts the floor.
This clock is made of solid Mahogany through and is in excellent used condition. It does have the odd minor imperfection here and there but as seen by the pictures the clock is in exc condition.
The clock has just been fitted with a brand new Hermle triple chime movement. This is brand new, straight from the factory in Germany! The movement has a choice of 3 chimes namely Westminster, St Michael and Whittington. It also has a manual silencing option. Any of these features can be selected by adjusting a push rod that is located in the waist of the clock. Also the clock comes with an automatic night silencing feature which means that the chimes cancel from late evening and restart early mornings, This is optional and can be cancelled if required.
The clock is powered by 3 brass heavy weights in excellent condition. There is the odd light imperfection on the brass weight shells but all insignificant! The weights are extremely presentable. Likewise the brass pendulum disc is also in exc condition as is the solid brass 'heavy duty' break arch dial. I have never known a dial as heavy as this one!
The clock is a limited edition Smallcombe Clock - there was only 200 of these clocks made and this model is number 191.
The pediment of the clock has been carved out - please see picture that has been uploaded. The solid door in the waist of the clock is held firmly closed using a lock and key.
The hood of the clock slides forward hence is easily removed to gain access to the mechanical movement.
This clock looks superb and would look great in anyones home! It also looks very traditional as it has a solid timber door unlike my usual range of glass opening doors.
Dimensions of the clock are approximately:
76.5"(H) x 17"(W) x 9"(D)
This clock is an Howard Miller Millenium and is in mint condition. It is made from solid Oak throughout and has been finished in light Oak. As seen by the pictures the clock is in fantastic condition!
The clock is fitted with a kieninger triple chime movement in like new condition - immaculately clean with hardly any wear and tear. It has a choice of St Michael, Whittington and Westminster chimes all of which can easily be selected by adjusting a small arm that is located to the right of numeral 3. This lever is also used to select the silence feature should you require to cancel the chimes at anytime. There is also a second arm located to the left of the dial near numeral 9. This adjustment arm is used to select the hour strike or to silence the hour strike. So, if you require to totally silence the clock you would need to silence both sides.
The clock is driven by 3 brass heavy weights on cables - all the weights and the lyre pendulum are in excellent condition, as seen by the pictures. Likewise the dial is also in excellent condition.
Access to the movement is achieved by removing either of two glass panels that are located in the sides of the hood of the clock. This makes for easy access of the movement and also enables the owner to see the movement striking and chiming away, which is a very nice and interesting feature!
The clock is wound by using a crank key.
The large pendulum door has a lock and key which enables the door to be held firmly at all times.
This is a fantastic clock and would like great in anyones home... dimensions of the clock are approximately:
81"(H) x 21"(W) x 11.5"(D)
If you have any questions/queries on the clock please give me a call or message
This clock is made from a mix of solid Mahogany and Mahogany finish and is in excellent used condition!
The clock has an Hermle Westminster chime movement installed in excellent working order. However as i am unsure of the background of the clock i will still service the movement before sale. There is also a silencing option. Either of these two selections are easily achieved by adjusting a lever that is located next to numeral 3. Please note: the dial also offers an additional choice of St Michael and Whittington chimes. All the different chimes were labelled as standard on the dials when the dials were manufactured to allow for movements that had all three selections.
The clock is weight driven on chains. It is powered by 3 brass heavy weights all of which are in very good presentable condition. There is the odd light scratch here and there and a few very minor imperfections but as mentioned are in very presentable condition! The pendulum disc is also in good condition - the brass tempus fugit dial being in excellent condition.
Access to the movement is easily achieved by lifting the hood of the clock upwards and away from the main body of the clock. This makes for easy access of the movement eg for pendulum removal/replacement etc etc.
The dimensions of the clock are approximately:
76.5"(H) x 16.75"(W) x 9.5"(D)
Where (W)&(D) = part of base of clock that contacts the floor.
This clock looks great, very traditional and would grace any home.
If you wish to see more pictures please ask or why not come along and view? Absolutely no obligation to buy!!
This clock is made from a mix of solid Mahogany and Mahogany finish. The clock is in excellent used condition with just the odd small/minor imperfections here and there. I have taken a close up picture of a small imperfection on the swan-neck prediment. It was very difficult to picture but do be honest, in my opinion, it is hardly recognisable. However as i am a genuine seller i felt it essential to mention this and I have added a picture of this which I hope is clear enough to see. As seen by the pictures, the clock has been finished in dark Mahogany.
The clock has a German Hermle Bell strike movement installed in excellent working order. I am not sure when the movement was last serviced but I can say that it is currently in perfect working order!
The movement sounds out the number of hours and strikes once on the half hours. The movement is 8 day and is rewound by pulling down on the chains. Also I have just fitted two brand new brass weight shells. (The pendulum disc is in good condition with some mild tarnishing but nothing significant and is very presentable).
The hood of the clock is easily removed by pulling it forward and away from the main body of the clock case. This makes for easy access of the movement which is handy for removing/replacing of the pendulum and for putting the movement back into beat should it ever be knocked out of beat. On the hood of the clock ie., on the swan neck pediment, the brass finials are in good condition but do have some mild tarnishing/scuff marks but are still very presentable. This is an excellent quality clock made by Smallcombe about 25 - 30 yrs ago.
The movement can be silenced at night or any other time by adjusting a push rod that is located inside the clock and behind the pendulum door. You may be able to see this adjustment rod from some of the pictures that have been uploaded.
The dial has a fully functional moving moon. The dial is in excellent condition!
This clock is very attractive and would enhance any home - also standing at an height of 75" it would fit in any home!
The width and depth of the clock where it meets the floor is:
15.75"(W) x 9.5"(D)
Any questions please message me or better still please call me? If you would like to come along and view please call me to arrange a suitable day and time to suit.