Antique Table Clocks
Our collection of antique English bracket clocks date from the late 17th century to the 19th century. We stock antique bracket clocks made by both London and provincial makers in a variety of cases - ebonised, marquetry, walnut, lacquer, mahogany, rosewood and satinwood. The dials being either brass, silvered, enamel or painted.
Antique bracket clocks are also known as spring clocks or table clocks. It is thought they derived their name because some were originally supplied with a wall bracket. The majority, were more often placed upon tables, chests of drawers and other suitable pieces of furniture. Antique bracket clocks were quite often more expensive than longcase clocks, as it is more complicated and costly to make springs and the fusee which maintains an even delivery of power as the spring runs down, as well as having extra features such as pull quarter repeating.
Our antique bracket clocks are sympathetically restored in our own workshops and are guaranteed for two years.
If we do not have the type of antique bracket clock you are looking for on these pages please contact us with your requirements. We are happy to help you find what you are looking for.