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James Waring Liverpool Mahogany Bracket Clock

James Waring Liverpool

An early 19th century, mahogany bracket clock. The eight day double fusee movement with anchor escapement, rack striking the hour on a bell, with strike silent lever above the roman numeral 12. The eight inch dial repainted.

The mahogany case with curl veneers and arched, single padtop, with brass carrying handle, above a circular glazed convex brass bezel with fish scale fret panels attached to the front door. The sides with similar panels, and standing on a moulded plinth with brass bracket feet.

James Waring is recorded working in Stockport 1828-1834

Height 15″ (38cm)

Width 12″ (30.5cm)

Depth 7″ (18cm)


Circa 1825

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Grant Fleet Street Rosewood Bracket Clock

John Grant Fleet Street

A George IV rosewood bracket clock in the Gothic taste. The shouldered lancet shaped case surmounted by a carved stepped plinth with turned and carved finials, the sides with pierced brass fretwork. The front glazed door opening to a resilvered dial engraved with acanthus scrolls and roman numerals, and signed ‘Grant Fleet Street’. The eight day double fusee five pillar movement with strike/silent lever and anchor escapement, striking the hour and quarter hour on two bells.


Circa 1830