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Antique Clocks and Barometers

Whether it is an immensely rare example by Thomas Tompion, an elaborate early antique bracket clock in tortoishell by Garon or a wonderful and precise one month skeletonised table regulator by Pechan, Ronald Phillips Ltd has a large collection of interesting and rare antique clocks for sale at our Bruton Street gallery. Barometers are also a specialisation of the business, the range encompassing some of the most unusual and rare examples of their type. Makers who include Watkins and Smith of London, Batty Storr of York, A.J Adie and Bruner and Co are all of particular note. Each scientific time piece and instrument typifies the best that the English 18th century furniture designers and manufacturers had to offer and each is carefully selected to best represent the style or example in the best condition. Whether it is a small antique Georgian bracket clock to sit on a desk, a large longcase antique clock to stand in a hall or an antique marble and ormolu Regency mantle clock by Vuillamy for your mantle piece, Ronald Phillips holds a large collection of antique clocks and barometers at any given time.
  - A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TABLE CLOCK BY EDWARD TUTET, LONDON
  - A GEORGE III MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK WITH BAROMETER BY RICHARD CORLESS, STOCKPORT & WILLIAM BARKER OF WIGAN
  - A CHARLES II DUTCH STRIKING EBONY VENEERED TABLE CLOCK BY JOHN WISE
  - A REGENCY WHITE MARBLE PORCELAIN AND ORMOLU CLOCK BY VULLIAMY
  - A GEORGE III GILT-BRASS MOUNTED MAHOGANY BAROMETER BY HENRY JENKINS, LONDON
  - A BIEDERMEIRER BRASS MOUNTED MAHOGANY REGULATOR BY A. ULRICH