Antique Mantel Clocks
All of our Mantel Clocks offered for sale are fully restored and guaranteed for 12 months. Each clock is carefully selected for proportions, quality and originalilty. Audio files are also made available where applicable.
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 further details.
The term 'mantel clock' pretty much defines any small clock that fits neatly on a Mantlepiece. This could be a late 17th century clock made by Knibb or Tompion, a small library clock from the 19th century or a French Ormolu Mantel Clock from late 19th century.
In recent years one of the most popular examples is the Four Glass Library clock. These are normally veneered in either rosewood, mahogany, fruitwood or satinwood and feature bevelled glass sides and an inspection window to the top of the case to view the escapement. High quality examples are now increasingly rare and therefore very collectable.
An unusual verge bracket clock with alarm by Smith of London
C.1795 / 16"
English Fusee Ormolu & Marble Mantel Clock by Payne of London
C.1830 / 8"
Four Glass Oak Mantel Clock
C.1885 / 8¾"
Lancet top Scottish bracket clock by Mitchell & Russell
C.1825 / 27"
Regency bracket clock by Tooke of Kings Lynn
C.1825 / 16"
Small Rosewood mantel clock by Cribb of London
C.1835 / 10"