Victorian large repeating carriage clock


Circa 1890s

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2018
Item enquiry Delivery quote Similar item? Stock request

  • Description
  • Location
  • About dealer
Large Victorian brass repeating carriage clock now available.

This is a lovely carriage clock, late 19th century, with gong strike, and repeating button - the idea of the repeater is so that you can listen to the hour in the dark of the night, this type of clock would have been on your bedside table, but in todays fashion it would look superb on a mantel piece.

The movement has been fully overhauled, stripped, cleaned, oiled etc. and should be good for another 5 years before needing another service. This is an 8 day movement.

I have left the case in it’s original condition, showing its age etc. although the movement inside is nice and shiny; the only damage to the glass panels is a couple of chips to the top panel (see pictures).

The clock comes with a replacement key.

The hands and face are original and in perfect condition.

Please contact us for delivery options, as this is not included in the price.

Please study the photographs, as they are part of the description of the clock.

Height - 17.5cm
Width - 9cm
Depth - 8cm


  • H: 17.5cm (6.89in)
  • W: 9cm (3.54in)
  • D: 8cm (3.15in)


Circa 1890s

Contact Us


By phone:

Mobile: +44 (0)7984 026960


By Appointment at The Barns At Pulborough
Wyvale Garden Centre
West Sussex
RH20 1DS
United Kingdom

Tony and Lynne have been dealing in Antiques and upcycling home decor items since 2017.  Tony runs the repair shop, ensuring all items are ready for a new forever home, he can put his hand to all types of skills from French polishing to leaded lights; whilst Lynne is the design expert and seamstress, making soft furnishings and clothing.

They make a great team as Tony is colour blind where Lynne isn’t!  The shop gets its name from the Latin Vetera (old) and Novis (new), meaning we create new life from old things.

SOCIAL MEDIA:  Instagram,  Facebook

We use cookies to help make this website better. Find out more about cookies.