Antique English Longcase Clocks
All of our Longcase Clocks offered for sale are fully restored and guaranteed for 12 months. Each longcase clock is carefully selected for proportions, quality and originalilty.
Audio files are also made available for each longcase clock to give you complete confidence if purchasing from long distance.
Longcase Clocks are delivered Free in the UK and for our overseas customers a full Export service can be made available by our approved and well established Fine Art Export Shipper. Please click here to view the Export process.
The Longcase Clock evolved during the second half of the 17th century. Throughout the next 200 years the longcase clock changed dramatically from the very first small ebony veneered examples to the large Victorian clocks of the 19th century.
The movements were principally of 8 Day Duration and 30 Hour but there was also Month Duration and on very rare occasions, Year Duration. Cabinet work was mostly produced using solid oak, solid and veneered mahogany & veneered walnut.
Adam & Eve Automata Longcase Clock by Stenlake of Tavistock
C.1850 / 7'8"
An impressive Month duration walnut Longcase clock by Charles Cabrier - London
C.1730 / 9'6"
Chinoiserie decorated longcase clock by Shuckforth of Diss
C.1750 / 6'10½"
Elegant Mahogany Longcase Clock by Lee of High Wycombe
C.1795 / 7'7½"
Grandmother Clock by Gillett & Johnston
C.1920 / 6'0"
J. W. Morriss – Paddington, London
C.1850 / 6'8"
London Longcase Clock by Thomas Hackney with Moonphase
C.1755 / 7'6"
Moonphase longcase clock by Bartley of Bristol
C.1825 / 7'6"
Provincial Oak Longcase Clock by Glover of Worcester
C.1760 / 6'11"
Quarter Striking Regulator quality Longcase clock by Aynsworth Thwaites of London
C.1765 / 8'9"
Rare London Longcase clock by Barber of Stratford
C.1775 / 8'8"
Regulator Longcase Clock by Tuck of Stoke Newington, London
C.1835 / 6'3½"