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Open By appointment only Doe & Hope’s aim is to provide you with unique, yet affordable, beauty.
There has been a weekly Antiques & Collectors’ Market in Cirencester’s Corn Hall every Friday for more than 40 years.Birmingham Forward, enamel city crest of mural crown and arm with hammer (industry), Birmingham 1902, Arthur Fenwick 4.NVR Blantyre Limbe, RMSB 1954, enamel crest of leopard, Birmingham 1952, James Fenton 5.The case repolished, replacement thermometer box entirely, new swan neck pediment, replacement cast brass bezel, replacement hands, setting knob, replacement mercury tube and repairs to case.Despite the high level of restoration skilfully carried out in our own workshop, this is a fine example of a small dial barometer, increasingly scarce to obtain.Refreshments will be available in the Istabraq Bar and Centaur Viewing Gallery.
Ample free parking and easy access by road and public transport. Clarke Events Every Friday but please call to confirm dates before traveling................. UK Pen Shows Over 40 indoor stalls in Georgian Lounges and Grand Music Hall including jewellery fine china, furnituren vintage, retro items & clothing, pictures, paintings, memorabilia and more Café with afternoon creams teas, stunning walks in the parkland £2.00 entry under 16s free Car Park Kennel Lodge Entrance via Portishead Rd (A369) 10am-3.30-pm Vintage and Handmade Fair Antiques Vintage and Collectors Fair. Jewellery, Furniture, Rugs, Pictures, Glass, Brass, Clocks and more!
Here is a list of some of the barometers we have sold in the past from our showroom for your reference.
We often have unrestored barometers for sale and sell barometers before they get as far as the website so please contact us if you have any requirements.
We specialise in rare, extraordinary and unusual antiques from around the world.
We’ve probably got that special objet de vertu for you and if we haven’t - just ask - and we will do our best to source it for you.
Ref 891 SOLD A 6" dial mercury wheel barometer, mahogany veneer, by Braham, Optician, Bristol.