Bucknell of Crediton. An 18th Century longcase clock with bird cage movement, the 11" brass dial decorated a fabulous bird within a pavillion and scroll spandrels, calendar aperture and chapter ring with Roman numerals and numbers, contained in a pine and oak case 84"
A fusee wall clock, the 14 1/2" dial marked Camerer Cuss & Co, 186 Uxbridge Road, London W12, having Roman numerals and brass bezel, the movement with 4 1/2" back plate marked J J E England, contained in a mahogany and pine case
Sold for £110
Samuel Nash. A good George III 8 day London longcase clock with 5 pillar movement striking on bell, the domed hood with brass ball finials enclosing a 12" arched brass dial, the silvered chapter rings with Roman numerals, having strike/silent seconds, calendar subsidiary dials and floral and scroll spandrels, inscribed Samuel Nash, London, flanked by columns, contained in a figured mahogany case with long door and quarter fluted brass capped columns to the sides, with moulded base on bracket feet 92"h, complete with pendulum and weights
Sold for £3000
A Victorian silver swing handled sugar basket, the chased decoration with band of formal scrolls and flowers, the vacant cartouche enclosed by ribbons and swags, on a waisted foot, London 1880, maker JB 8 ozs
Sold for £140