BADA 2018

14th - 20th March 2018

We will be exhibiting a fine selection of clocks for the hall, wall & mantel piece.

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15th - 20th September 2017

Some amazing timepieces were produced from the late sixteenth century to the early nineteenth by English clockmakers. These were traded not in the English market by with the Ottomans, a trade that reached its zenith in the second half of the eighteenth century. Three examples of which we will be displaying on our stand.

The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia

27th June 2017 - 2nd July 2017

Celebrating its 45th year in 2017, The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia is recognised as one of the most prestigious and established fairs in the UK, and an annual destination for over 30,000 discerning and sophisticated international visitors.

Our stand A10 is to include a delightful automaton clock by Samuel West, circa 1760, featuring the figures of two men playing an early form of rackets within the arch, flanked by a man chopping wood and a windmill which rotates on the hour and..

BADA Fair 2017

15th - 21st March 2017

Highlights are to include an 8-day lantern clock dated 1672 in its original wainscot case which was made for Sutton Court House in Somerset and the finest moonphase quarter chiming lacquer longcase we have owned. In addition, there will be 17th century ebony table clocks by John Knibb, Daniel Quare and Henry Jones and a tavern clock of very rare form.

Winter Art & Antiques Fair Olympia

11th October 2016 - 6th November 2016

An opportunity to view fine examples of bracket and longcase clocks, amongst them at classic small ebony clock by Joseph Knibb, one of the principal clock makers of the last quarter of the 17th century and a very attractive classic 18th century (circa 1770) Georgian longcase clock by London maker Jonathan Shaw.

LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair 2016

13th - 18th September 2016

Top quality London made Georgian clocks dating from the mid to late 18th century have a timeless appeal. Visitors to the fair will have the opportunity to view a fine mahogany veneered example by Samuel Stephens, dating from circa 1770 the signed spring driven movement runs for eight days.

BADA Fair 2016

9th - 15th March 2016

Taking place in London’s Duke of York Square, the fair brings together BADA antiques dealers from across the country, allowing antique buyers, collectors and enthusiasts to visit the country’s best dealers all in one place. Every item on sale at the show has been previously vetted for quality and authenticity by independent specialists.

Established in 1918, the British Antique Dealers’ Association is the trade association for Britain’s leading antiques dealers, with each dealer elected and reviewed as members based on the high quality of their goods, their expertise and their integrity. Buyers can therefore buy with confidence when dealing with a BADA member such as Howard Walwyn.

On our stand C44 we will be displaying a collection of fine antique 17th century clocks including the fine William and Mary period marquetry longcase clock with an 8-day duration by Joseph Windmills of London, circa 1690