18th Century Clocks

From the material elegance of French and Viennese clock cases to the technical brilliance of English clock movements, eighteenth-century clocks are renowned as among the best in the history of clockmaking.

Mayfair Gallery’s collection of antique 18th century clocks includes examples of all types and sizes, ranging from those created during the artistic period of the Rococo under King Louis XV of France, as well as Neoclassical clocks produced during the reign of his successor Louis XVI, to clocks produced in the refined environment of Georgian England and the sophisticated court of Vienna in Austria.

To view clocks from one of the high periods of European history, browse our collection below.

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  1. Louis XV 2
  2. Louis XVI 2
  3. Boulle 1
  4. Chinese Interest 1
  5. Chinoiserie 1
  6. Neoclassical 1
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  1. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 4
  2. Brass 1
  3. Enamel 1
  4. Malachite 1
  5. Marble 1
  6. Tortoiseshell 1
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  1. Gold 4
  2. Black 1
  3. Green 1
  4. Multi-coloured 1
  5. White 1
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  1. Brezagez, Pierre (French, fl. 1727-1748) 1
  2. du Tertre, Charles (French, 1715-1793) 1
  3. Marchand, Nicolas Jean (French, active from 1738) 1
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