UPDATED May 30, 2013 MORE CLOCKS COMING SOON!
German Open Well Grandfather Clock - Solid European Oak - $4,000.00
This clock has a nice old world look and feel. The clock has exposed pendulum and weights. The dial and weights have elaborate etchings that are matching. The case is in spectacular condition and has an original finish.
Dutch Rocking Ship Tall Case Clock Handmade Case with 1700's Movement - $4,500.00
This rare and unique clock was handmade by a master woodworker. An old cherry dresser was disassembled to recreate a replica clock case to replace the original case that had been destroyed. The movement is an authentic Dutch rocking ship movement from the late 1700's. As the pendulum ticks back and forth the ship at the top of the dial rocks back and forth to create a sailing motion. It is mesmerizing and worth a stop in the shop to see this beautiful clock!
Elliotts Of London Nest of Bells Grandfather Clock - Call For Price
This gorgeous clock is a three train English Tall case movement playing Whittington chimes on a nest of eight bells or Westminster chimes on a set of 4 massive gongs, on the quarter hours. Striking the count of the hour on a very large gong. With extremely thick brass plates and very hard steel pivots, this movement is designed to work for centuries, literally. Though this movement is not marked with a manufacturers name it appears to be consistent with Elliott's of London clock movements of circa 1890. The movement is massive and has many features, including chime shut off and melody selection. The two subsidiary dials above the chapter ring of the dial are for those features. The escapement has a beat adjustment incorporating two thumb screws within the suspension bridge to adjust the ticking (the beat) for whatever angle the clock rests. The dial is incredibly elaborate with a finely engraved brass section within the chapter ring and filigreed thick brass spandrels outside the chapter ring, with chasing. The chapter ring itself is silvered with hand cut thick brass numerals applied to it and fancy decoration. There is a seconds bit just below the 12 with it's associated ring broken into 10 second segments. The entire dial assembly has been recently restored by "The Dial House" in Georgia and has their sticker on the back of the dial facing the movement. The mahogany case is finely made and in excellent original condition. It is 94 inches to the tip of the center finial, 22 inches wide at it's widest point which is the bonnet and 14 1/4 inches deep at the base. The bonnet is removable by sliding forward and allows easy access to the movement for maintenance or observation. The glass in both the bonnet and waist door is very thick with hand beveling. The bonnet glass being arched for viewing the subsidiary dials. The bonnet also has cast brass decorations on the sides with dark green silk cloth on their interior, these are to allow sound to come out into the room and keep dust away from the interior. There are two locks, one on the waist door and one on the bonnet door, both having their original keys which are cut individually for each lock. In both the front corners of the waist and the bonnet are free standing fluted mahogany columns.
Rare Circa 1880's Black Forest Cuckoo Clock Fox and Grapes - $2,400.00
This large cuckoo is in pristine condition. The case depicts the famous fox hunting a bird. Beautifully hand carved detail is unmatched. This is a 30 hour clock with a cuckoo popping out of the door every hours to count out the hour and once on the half hour. This clock measures 25" tall and about 18" wide. It is large and impressive antique clock!
German Horse Top Free Swinger - $875.00
Great wall clock and easy on the budget! This clock is called a free swinger because of the open pendulum swinging outside the case. It has the coveted horse top that is old and original. The dial insert and pendulum match in a beautiful floral pattern. This clock will run 8 days on wind and strikes a melodic gong to count out the hour and strike the half hour once. It measure 34" tall and 16" wide.
Inlay Burl Wood German Box Clock Plays Westminster Chimes - $1,200.00
This clock has all the elegance and charm one could ask for. The case is burl wood with fruit wood inlay and gold ormolu accents. To add to the beauty it plays Westminster chimes on the quarter hours and sound as lovely as it looks! This a rare example of a clock like this because the case condition is so good! It measures about 34" tall and 13" wide.
Flying Ball Clock - WEB ONLY SALE $475.00
This crazy little clock is a marvel! The pendulum is a little ball that flies around the post on each side. It is fun to watch and more fun to watch others reactions to it! It is a time keeper only and should be wound once a day.
French Onyx Mantle Clock - $900.00
The french make beautiful stone clock and this one is a beautiful representation. The case is made of veined white onyx. The condition is perfect. Easy to hear and lovely to hear ticking and striking on a deep gong.
Herschede Tubular Bell Grandfather Clock - SOLD
The American clock company Herschede made this beautiful grandfather clock. The case is solid mahogany with a rare silvered round dial. This clock plays Westminster chimes on tubular bells and sounds like church bells. You have to see and hear it in person to appreciate the real beauty that this clock has.
Imhof Cathedral Desk Clock with Bell Strike - SOLD
Imhof is a name known for superior craftsmanship and desk clock is a marvelous example. The case is gilded with paramount details. The movement will run eight days on a wind and strikes on a bell to count out the hour and the half hour once. All four side and the top are decorated so the clock can sit anywhere and be viewed tastefully from all angles. It measures 9" tall.
Ornate German Box Wall Clock - SOLD
A real show stopper with a gorgeous case and great sound. The wood carving on the door is an exquisite bas relief style complete with a cherub and the center piece of the beauty of this clock. It measures 33" tall and about 15" wide. The movement is a time and strike on the hour and half hour.
Junghans Tambour Mantle Clock - SOLD
This traditional style clock is anything but ordinary. The case style is called a tambour. This particular clock is made by a very well known German maker, Junghans! This clock plays Westminster chimes on the quarter hours. It has a great sound.
2 Weight Vienna Regulator by Remember - $1900.00
This is a classic double weight Vienna Regulator made by Remember. This is a large clock measuring about 50" tall. The case is walnut and in great condition. It will run for 8 days on a single wind and the weights descend in the case as the clock runs. The clock will count out the hour and strike the half hour once on a simple elegant gong. If you would like a grandfather clock but find you don't have the floor space for one, this clock is a beautiful substitution.
Rolling Ball Clock - $3,500.00
This is an amazing machine! As the clock runs the steel ball rolls back and forth on the bottom plate. It is mesmerizing! This is a hand made clock designed from the original Congreve style clock. The base is wooden with a beautiful inlay. You have to see it to believe it!
Briggs Rotary - SOLD
Under the dome this clock movement rotates the brass ball in a circular motion. The ball is the pendulum and responsible for the time keeping. It can mesmerize you as you watch its graceful motion. This is an 8 day clock and is a time keeper only.
German Round Top Grandfather Clock - Westminster Chimes - SOLD
This is a very simple design made by the Germans in the late 1920's. This particular clock has a few design elements in the case that give it a simple elegance. The clock will play Westminster chimes on the quarter hours and run for eight days on a single wind. The match dial, weights and pendulum bob are all silvered and have the same design pattern on them. Great affordable grandfather clock! (Please note this clock has not been through the movement restoration process. That service is included in the listed price. Please allow two weeks after purchase for the clock to be ready for delivery.)
Schlenker & Kienzle Vienna Regulator Circa 1889 - SOLD
This is a beautiful 2 weight Vienna Regulator is from a very well known German maker, Schlenker & Kienzle. This case is outstanding, burl wood with beveled and etched glass door. The dial, weights, and pendulum are a perfect match with the scroll work in the brass. The clock is a time and strike on a gong and will run for eight days on a wind. It measures about 35" tall and 12" wide. Email or call for more details.
Large German Westminster Bracket Clock - SOLD
This is a large example of a German bracket clock. It measures 18" tall and 12" wide. The case is beautifully carved and detailed. The movement will play Westminster chimes on the the quarter hours. I think it is like having a grandfather clock sound in a more compact mantle clock. There is a silent and chime dial that will allow you to turn the chiming off. Also on the dial is a fast and slow function dial that will allow you to dial in the time keeping very easily.