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Search by date: June 2017

The review of the London Summer Fairs scene includes mention to the impressive George II chinoiserie tavern clock by Gabril Holland

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BADA Fair, 15-21 March 2017
BADA Chief Executive, Marco Forgionne presents Howard with the Best Object Award for the rare Sutton Court Chamber clock (seen in the background).

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Our stunning George II quarter striking longcase clock by Isaac Nickals is featured in World of Interiors, as part of their promotion of BADA Fair.

Search by date: September 2016

LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair, 13th-18th September 2016
The merits of the eight-day lantern clock are appreciated by the design fraternity as the rare Sutton Court lantern clocks receives the Designer’s Object of the Fair award by House & Garden t is an eight-day lantern. Eight-day lantern clocks are extremely rare, with perhaps only two examples being known. Standing over eight feet tall, it is an impressive clock.

Search by date: June 2016

LANTERN & TAVERN CLOCKS at special exhibition shown at the Fine Art & Antiques, Olympia - Summer 2016
The exhibition brought together some of the finest and rarest examples of lantern & tavern clocks spanning three centuries from the early 17th to the mid 19th century.

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Howard reveals his passion for Lantern clocks, the earliest examples of the English domestic clock

Search by date: May 2016

Frances Allitt & Anne Crane take a look at our forthcoming Lantern & Tavern clock exhibition

Search by date: February 2016

Our rare George II Tavern Clock by Gabril Holland is referenced by Huon Mallalieu as ‘one of a cornucopia of wonders in store for visitors to London’s BADA Fair...’

Search by date: November 2015

Howard Walwyn talks about his thriving business in antique clocks.

Search by date: January 2014

An extended thank you to Huon Mallalieu who reviews the success of the opening of our new gallery at 123 Kensington Church Street