A Coadestone bust, a silvergilt cup and a pepperbox revolver are among four lots with estimates ranging from £300-2000.
England has a fine history of clockmaking and no model represents this tradition more than the table clock.
Carriage clocks are portable timepieces originally designed for travel. First developed in France in the early 19th century, the basic design of these spring-driven clocks has remained largely unchanged over the years.
A superb example of a late Golden Age bracket clock drew strong interest at East Bristol Auctions this week and sold to a bidder on thesaleroom.com.