Leigh Extence | 01395 268723 | 07967 802160 | leigh@extence.co.uk

Showroom

With the closing of the Honiton showroom in 2015 I am now dealing by appointment, either via a home visit with any clocks that may be of interest or at my office in the city of Exeter where arrangements can be made to view a selection of any of the clocks.

Edenbridge Galleries Talk

At the end of November 2015 I spent a wonderful weekend with Lennox & Sue Cato at the Edenbridge Galleries in Kent showing a selection of carriage clocks and giving a lecture on the clocks and lives of both the Jacot and Drocourt families. It was lovely to catch up with my old mentor Derek Roberts and spend a couple of evenings discussing the clock world.

British Horological Institute: Talk on carriage Clocks

I had a most wonderful evening giving a talk on the carriage clocks and lives of both the Jacot and Drocourt families to the South-London branch of the British Horological Institute in June 2017.

Stock Update

New stock added to the website on the 28th of  October 2017  

Latest News

January 2017: Having taken delivery of the library of horological reference books belonging to one of the world’s leading antique clock specialists, including many rare & sought-after examples, a new area within the website will be set-up in the near future making these available for sale.

Catalogue Update

Both the Jacot and Drocourt  catalogues were updated in  October 2017 to show some  additional research. The Max Cutmore catalogue is now in an easier pdf format to view.
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Pentillie Castle

In mid-September 2015 I was invited by a group of horological enthusiasts,  who were on a tour of the south-west led by Steve & Jean Jackman who run the  Quality Time clock courses in Sussex, to undertake a talk on the carriage clocks  of Jacot and Drocourt at Pentillie Castle in Saltash, a wonderful small hotel with  fine views over the Tamar and beyond. A quite sumptuous dinner was followed by a discussion of my research  complete with images illustrating the various points made, alongside the  viewing of thirty-five plus clocks by these two makers. A thoroughly enjoyable  evening.
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Leigh Extence | 01395 268723 | 07967 802160 | email: leigh@extence.co.uk

Showroom

With the closing of the Honiton  showroom in 2015 I am now dealing  by appointment, either via a home  visit with any clocks that may be of  interest or at my office in the city of  Exeter where a selection of clocks are able to be viewed.

British Horological Institute Talk

A wonderful evening giving a talk on the carriage clocks and lives of both the Jacot and Drocourt families to the South- London branch of the British Horological Institute in June 2017.

Edenbridge Galleries

At the end of November 2016 I spent a wonderful weekend with Lennox & Sue Cato at the Edenbridge Galleries in Kent showing a selection of carriage clocks and giving a lecture on the clocks and lives of both the Jacot and Drocourt families. It was lovely to catch up with my old mentor Derek Roberts and spend a couple of evenings discussing the clock world.

Stock Update

New stock added to the website on the 28th of  October 2017  

Latest News

January 2017: Having taken delivery of the library of horological reference books belonging to one of the world’s leading antique clock specialists, including many rare & sought-after examples, a new area within the website will be set-up in the near future making these available for sale.

Catalogue Update

Both the Jacot and Drocourt  catalogues were updated in  October 2017 to show some  additional research. The Max Cutmore catalogue is now in an easier pdf format to view.
Leigh Extence Fine Antique Clocks Home Clocks for Sale Valuations News Catalogues About Leigh Extence Contact

Pentillie Castle

In mid-September 2016 I was invited  by a group of horological enthusiasts  on a tour of the south-west, led by  Steve & Jean Jackman who run the  Quality Time clock courses in Sussex,  to undertake a talk on the carriage  clocks of Jacot and Drocourt at  Pentillie Castle in Saltash, a  wonderful small hotel with fine views over the Tamar and beyond. A quite sumptuous dinner was  followed by a discussion of my  research alongside images illustrating  the various points made alongside  the viewing of thirty-five plus clocks  by these two makers. A thoroughly  enjoyable evening.
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