Atwood of Lewes, an 18th Century 30 hour longcase clock, the 11" square painted dial with Roman numerals, floral spandrels, minute indicator and calendar hand, marked Atwood Lewes, contained in a mahogany case 84"
Sold for £220
A 19th Century Continental striking wall clock the 7" rectangular dial painted a lake and castle, strikes on a gong, contained in a painted pine case (showing signs of old but treated worm)
Sold for £60
A Victorian style skeleton clock with phases of the moon, enamelled chapter ring and Arabic numerals marked Franz Denk in Wien, having a fusee movement, contained in a gilt metal framed glazed case 17"h x 12"w x 8"d
Sold for £360
A 19th Century French marble and spelter 3 piece clock garniture, the 8 day striking mantel clock with enamelled dial and Arabic numerals marked Frappier 5 Rue de Seine Ivy, surmounted by a spelter figure of a standing wounded lion, together with a matching pair of lidded urns (one af)