Devon, GB

About Raffety

Following more than 35 years trading in London's Kensington Church Street, Raffety has now relocated to mid-Devon in the West Country of Britain. A new showroom has been established there to which you are most welcome to visit. Raffety continues to be a premier dealer specialising in British 17th and 18th century clocks by leading clockmakers together with selected marine chronometers, barometers and furniture of the period. We welcome you contacting us with your requirements and indeed visiting us, by appointment.


1stdibs Dealer Since 2013


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Featured Pieces

George II Ebonized Bracket Clock by William Kipling, London
George II Ebonized Bracket Clock by William Kip...
William Kipling
Antique 1720s English George II Table Clocks and Desk Clocks
Brass, Wood
A good early 18th century bracket timepiece with quarter – repeat by this well-known London clockmaker. The well proportioned compact ebonized inverted bell-top case has a brass carr...
George III Wall Clock by John Leroux, Charing Cross, London
George III Wall Clock by John Leroux, Charing C...
John Leroux
Antique Early 19th Century English George III Wall Clocks
A George III period mahogany silvered dial wall timepiece. The 12 in signed silvered and engraved dial with blued steel hands, surrounded by the molded wood bezel. The eight day move...
Georgian Precision Barometer
Georgian Precision Barometer
Antique 1790s English George III Scientific Instruments
Wood, Satinwood
A rare late 18th century George III period crossbanded satinwood wheel barometer. The 9 inch circular silvered and engraved main scale has elaborate compass point central engraving. ...
Regency Mahogany Arched-Top Bracket Clock by Cade & Robinson, London
Regency Mahogany Arched-Top Bracket Clock by Ca...
Cade & Robinson
Antique Late 18th Century British George III Mantel Clocks
A fine Regency period mahogany bracket clock by Cade and Robinson, London. The three pad, arched-top case, veneered with finely figured mahogany of good colour and patination, has a ...
Georgian Wheel Barometer by E. Bates of Kettering
Antique Early 19th Century English George IV Scientific Instruments
A late Georgian mahogany wheel barometer with satinwood marquetry inlay by Bates of Kettering. The mahogany case has satinwood stringing and marquetry shell and sunflower inlay d...
George III Bracket Clock by George Lindsay, London
Antique Mid-18th Century English Georgian Clocks
Brass, Wood
A fine early George III period eight day hour striking bracket clock signed George Lindsay, London. The well proportioned ebonised case has round side frets, a brass carrying han...
George III satinwood bracket clock by Thomas Wr...
Thomas Wright
Antique Late 18th Century English Georgian Table Clocks and Desk Clocks
Enamel, Wood, Satinwood
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.' The...
George II Chinoiserie Tavern Clock by Gabril Ho...
Antique 1730s British George II Wall Clocks
A magnificent and well preserved George II tavern clock of the earliest design. The case has elongated dial and deeply molded surround. The trunk has a short door and deeply contoure...
Porcelain Timepiece by Adam Thomson, Bond Stree...
Antique Mid-19th Century English Early Victorian 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 ...
George III chinoiserie tavern clock by William ...
William Gass
Antique 1760s British George III Wall Clocks
A fine, small Tavern Timepiece with a black dial and gilt and chinoiserie lacquered case. The decoration to the trunk door is of three oriental figures, pavilions and trees and the t...
George III Ebonized Bracket Clock by William Al...
William Allam
Antique 1770s British George III Mantel Clocks
Brass, Wood
A fine 18th century ebonized striking bracket clock of rarer, smaller size. The well proportioned bell-top ebonised case is surmounted by a cast brass carrying handle and four pine c...
Regency longcase regulator clock by John Barwis...
John Barwise
Antique 1820s British Regency Grandfather Clocks and Longcase Clocks
Brass, Mahogany, Satinwood
A fine Regency longcase clock in the form of a domestic regulator in an architectural mahogany case with inset panels of satinwood and ebonized mouldings. The case of this clock show...

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