An Overview Of Parlor Clock

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Parlor clocks are products of the Victorian Era. Reflecting the formal style of this mid-to-late 1800s period, the clocks were elegant and intended to be displayed on a shelf or mantel in a family’s parlor, typically the best room in the house, where guests were entertained. The clocks often have carved walnut cases and stenciled glass doors.

Parlor Clock

Ansonia “Triumph” walnut parlor shelf clock, mirror sides w/cupid statues, applied metal decorations,eight-davtime & strike, ca. 1890,17 x 24″ h. $700.