Christmas Exhibition 2017 We are delighted to welcome you to our gallery for this years Christmas Exhibition. The exhibition will open on Saturday 2nd December and will close on Wednesday 20th December. Our gallery will be open Tuesday-Saturday 9am-4pm during this period. We will have a selection of fine and early clocks from both East Sussex and West Sussex on display, as well as other fine examples from Lewes and around the country. We look forward to welcoming you in December!
Christmas Exhibition 2016 Please join us for our Christmas Exhibition from Saturday 3rd December – Saturday 17th December during the opening hours of Tuesday-Saturday 9am-4pm. We will have a selection of fine and early clocks from both East Sussex and West Sussex on display, as well as other fine examples from Lewes and around the country. We look forward to welcoming you in December!
Christmas Exhibition 2015 Saturday 5th December – Saturday 19th December 2015 Join us on 5th December 2015 for festive drinks at our gallery in Lewes, where we will have a selection of 18th century hooded Wall Clocks and a number of fine English Regulators available to view. The shop will be open Monday – Saturday 9am – 4pm each day during the exhibition. We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery in December!
Highlights of the “12 Lewes Clocks” exhibition include a rare 8 day longcase clock by the eminent clockmaker Richard Comber, the son of a barber in Cliffe Lewes. He was a maker who was highly respected during his lifetime and his clocks are still avidly sought by collectors today. Comber was apprenticed to William Kemp, a clockmaker who worked in Lewes for over 40 years, taking on eight apprentices and thereby embedding himself in the fabric of the town. The exhibition includes a fine 30 hour longcase clock by him from c.1770.
A limited amount of catalogues from our lantern clock exhibition are still available.
‘The exhibition’ was the second exhibition of early domestic C17th Lantern clocks we have held, which spanned the years of 1600-1700. It was a unique opportunity to see some of the earliest English Lantern clocks ever assembled in one place. These were sourced from private collectors and our own collection.