The ‘8 day’ refers to the duration of a longcase clock, a week, plus a little bit spare. All tradition British longcase clocks are weight driven. The 8 day clock has two 12-14lbs lead or cast iron weights. As a general rule of thumb, an 8 day longcase clock can be identified by the fact that is has two winding holes through the dial and almost always has a subsidiary seconds dial.
A fine English regulator by Charles. J. Klaftenberger who was working at 157 Regent … Read More
A superb lacquer longcase clock that was survived in remarkably original condition with its … Read More
A fine 8 day longcase clock striking the hours on a bell. The early … Read More
The 13” painted dial is signed Bartley and Eggert of Bristol and features Arabic … Read More
A fine, unusually small, longcase by Clark of Dorchester (Dorset).
Pretty 12” painted dial, … Read More
A good, typical, Edinburgh oak longcase clock. The standard 8 day movement strikes the … Read More