carriage clock


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carriage clock

n
(Horology) a portable clock, usually in a rectangular case with a handle on the top, of a type originally used by travellers
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But if October's is to stand alongside the gong and Mrs Nolan's carriage clock then things will have to get better than this.
Antique brass Ursula empire pendant light was PS300, now PS150, BHS YOU used to have to wait until you retired to be given a carriage clock, but now you can buy your own timeless classic with-atwist.
GLASS CLOCK, PS12, BHS You used to have to wait until you retired for a carriage clock.
If clocks make you tick, then the porcelain painted carriage clock at PS800-PS1,000 is a must, the detailing on this little clock is exquisite.
People will admit anything on telly for a free carriage clock.
A bejeweled and agate-mounted French carriage clock generated strong competition and finally brought $3,500 (est.
The losers receive PS5,000 for a good cause - not to mention the Mr & Mrs carriage clock.
5cm (6in) gilded presentation carriage clock, engraved with the inscription "Presented by HRH The Princess of Wales".
Bob told reporters that pride of place in the Billingham family home goes to a carriage clock Tina, 18, bought for her mum for Christmas.
Christine St George (left) presents the Countess of Halifax with a carriage clock for being awarded the Reg Griffin Personality of the Year Award at the Timeform charity dinner
Joining them will be Jimmy Osmond and snooker favourite Willie Thorne who, along with their partners, will be trying to get their hands on the Mr & Mrs carriage clock.
A carriage clock and golden handshake are no longer enough to appease an employee who is dismissed at retirement age against his will.