1625 – Gilt case with later stack freed movement – Germany
1630 – Silver gilt tulip bud case, later verge movement – Lasacher, Cologne
1747 – Gold & enamel verge with naval associations – Thomas Lozano
1800 – Gold & enamel verge, with matching chatelaine – Dwerrihouse, London
1720 – Gilt repousse case – Godfrie Poy
1780 – Pair cases, verge – John Leroux, London
1680 – Early verge movement only – Joseph Windmills, London
1720 – Repeating movement only – Daniel Quare & Stephen Horseman
1737 – Gold repousse pair cases, calendar – Charleson, London
1700 – Silver pair cases, champleve – Henry Perry, London
1783 – Enamel name dial – Ellicott, London
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We specialise in the sale of early English and Continental watches, mainly from the 18th century and early 19th century, and always try to offer a variety of interesting watches. These include antique pocket watches with verge, cylinder and duplex movements, and usually some vintage watches with early lever or rack lever movements. Complications such as repeaters, alarms and clockwatches are often featured.
We always have some pocket watches with interesting cases, including gold and silver repousse, triple cases, pair cases, hunter cases, half hunters, enamel cases, and anything unusual or ornamental.
The watches for sale include examples with interesting dials, such as gold and silver champleve, polychrome and calendars. Our Workshop page includes watch cases, movements, watch chains, chatelaines and other items of horological interest.