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The case of this clock was probably crafted by an Italian immigrant in England who specialises in marquetry. The clock movement was mass produced in America for export to the England. 

An antique inlaid walnut drop dial wall clock coming from the late Victorian era. 

This is likely to be a Chinese colonial clock from approximately 1910 brought back toeurope by a returning trader 

This mantle clock was produced in the late 1940's in England. 

This mantle clock case is likely made by a German immigrant for Smiths from Enfield in England in the 1940's. 

This clock has the famous Westminister chime derived from Handel's Messiah and alsoused in Big Ben in London. 

This is a tribute to a classical French cafe clock. 

These are the movements removed from a long case clock with a truly classical face. This clock was probably produced in 1790. 

This is a Victorian long case clock movement with an interesting crescent minute display. 

A classic sun dial from the beginning of time. 

This clock is likely coming from a military canteen where there is need for for a 24 hourtime piece. 

This is a classic wall clock mounted on oak with the ever popular Roman numeral face. 

With roman numbers on clocks for such a long time, this represents very classic numbering. 

Smiths used to specialise in creating clocks for the automotive industry. You may remember them in an old mini back in the late 1950's and 1960's. 

More likely to be in a government office in the 1970's. 

Sant beach house in America. Piece of washed wood. 

A highly distressed wall clock purchased at the Kempton Park antiques fair in Surrey, England. 

A clock that inspired hope produced in the 1960's. 

Typical train station clock from the 1960's 

Relatively timeless clock made anytime from the 1920's. Some early Hand watches werebased on this design. Older than people realise. 

Typical home clock in the 1950's with a very commonly used colour back in those days. 

We bought this clock at the Portobello market in London. 

A collection of Eastern Europe clocks showing designs from the late 1950's to the 1970's. 

A tribute to a typical Italian cafe wall clock. 

A collection of Eastern Europe clocks showing designs from the late 1950's to the 1970's. 

An oversized wall clock in the classical design. 

A collection of Eastern Europe clocks showing designs from the late 1950's to the 1970's. 

Clock light designed in house. 

A modern reproduction of the classic pocket watch. 

A clock probably found in the late 1950's early 1960's in a Bus station or bus garage 

Clock light designed in house. 

Inspired by the pocket watch. 

This mantle clock represents the tail end of the Art Deco period. 

Clock lights designed and made in house. 

An early Victorian long case clock, renowned as the grandfather clock. A clock under 5feet is known as a granddaughter clock.