Raffety

London, GB

About Raffety

Established in Kensington, London for more than 30 years, Raffety is a premier dealer for British 17th and 18th century clocks, barometers, chronometers and period furniture. Our stock is chosen for its quality, originality and aesthetic appeal and includes horology by the famous clockmakers including Tompion, Quare, Knibb and Graham. Do contact or visit us and share our passion for antiquarian horology.

Raffety

1stdibs Dealer Since 2013

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The British Antique Dealers' Association

LAPADA - The Association of Arts & Antiques Dealers

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Featured Pieces

Antique Porcelain Timepiece by Adam Thomson, Bo...
Antique Mid-19th Century England Mantel Clocks
A fine quality porcelain timepiece, the waisted case with profuse scroll and floral decoration against a dark blue background. The gilt engine turned dial is signed by the maker and ...
Antique Oak Cased Wall Clock by Lund & Blockley...
Lund & Blockley
Antique 1870-1879 United Kingdom Victorian Wall Clocks
Oak
A fine quality Victorian oak cased wall timepiece by this well-known clockmaking partnership. The substantial circular solid oak case has a surround to the dial, exceptionally we...
Bracket Clock by William Scafe
Antique 18th Century England Georgian Clocks
A good quality ebonized brass dial bracket clock by this 18th century 'maker of repute'. The moulded and veneered case has an inverted bell top, which is surmounted by five brass fin...
Bracket Clock by Charles Blanchard
Antique 18th Century England Georgian Clocks
Mahogany
A fine George II period mellowed mahogany striking bracket clock, the arched brass dial and verge movement both signed Charles Blanchard, London. The clock is standing on block feet,...
Fine George II Antique Mahogany Card Table
Antique Mid-18th Century England Card Tables and Tea Tables
A fine and most elegant George II period two-tier mahogany card table. The rounded rectangular top opens to reveal a baize, lined interior with guinea wells and places for candlestic...
Antique Wheel Barometer by John Russell of Falk...
Antique 1810-1819 England Scientific Instruments
A fine and extremely rare Regency period wheel barometer by John Russell of Falkirk, barometer maker to the Prince Regent. This elegant barometer has a frame veneered in figured maho...
Antique Burr-Yew Longcase Clock by John Stephen...
John Stephens
Antique 1730-1739 England George II Grandfather Clocks and Longcase Clocks
Yew
A George II eight-day longcase clock of smaller size with unusual burr-yew case. The moulded case is veneered with warm colored burr-yew and has a rectangular trunk door. The cros...
Rare Early Balance Wheel Lantern Clock by Peter...
Antique 1650-1659 England More Clocks
A rare and well preserved early balance wheel lantern clock, by this celebrated clock maker from the Commonwealth period. The brass case is wonderfully patinated throughout and has ...
Longcase Clock by James Blackborow, London
James Blackborow
Antique Mid-18th Century England George II More Furniture and Collectibles
Walnut
A George II period patinated walnut longcase clock by James Blackborow, London. This finely figured veneered clock with elegant proportions has an elegant ogee-shaped swept caddy top...
Antique Wall Clock by John Johnson, London
Antique 19th Century England Regency Wall Clocks
A good late Georgian English dial clock with engraved and silvered dial, salt box case and early anchor escapement. The case of mahogany is in the saltbox style with the backboar...
Antique George III Shield Dial Tavern Clock by ...
John Johnson
Antique 1760-1769 England More Clocks
A fine and impressive, black lacquered tavern timepiece. The shield dial is well proportioned and broad moulded surround projects on either side of the trunk, a feature of clocks of ...
Antique Bracket Clock by Thomas Wright, Poultry...
Thomas Wright
Antique Late 18th Century England Georgian Clocks
A fine and rare late 18th century George III period satinwood bracket clock of unusually large proportions, by Thomas Wright, Poultry, London, who was 'Watch-maker to the King.' T...

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