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SETH THOMAS CONNECTICUT SHELF CLOCK, cottage style

SETH THOMAS CONNECTICUT SHELF CLOCK, cottage style, square cabinet in mahogany, 8 day wind/strike, height 12 1/2in. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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CONNECTICUT DOUBLE DECKER SHELF CLOCK, John Birge,

CONNECTICUT DOUBLE DECKER SHELF CLOCK, John Birge, Bristol, Conn., c. 1830. The Empire mahogany case has a square clear glass door over square painted tablet door, the time and bell strike movement powered by interior suspended iron weights. Case height – 36.5 inches. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Connecticut classical mahogany shelf clock

Connecticut classical mahogany parcel gilt and eglomise triple decker shelf clock by C & LC Ives, Bristol, Connecticut. The carved and gilded basket of fruit crest above a painted dial above an eglomise panel of a dancing woman above an eglomise panel of houses all within gilded columns on gilded ball feet. Height: 39 in. […]

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Oliver Welden Connecticut shelf clock, wooden work

Oliver Welden Connecticut shelf clock, wooden works, painted dial, painted half columns, ivory escutcheon, C.1840, 29″ high x 16 1/2″ x 4 3/4″, missing weights, slight loss to top of case Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Connecticut Rosewood Veneered Shelf Clock with F

Connecticut Rosewood Veneered Shelf Clock with Fruit and Wheat Decorated Tablet, and brass eight-day spring-driven movement. Condition report Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The […]

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Connecticut Ogee Shelf Clock

Connecticut Ogee Shelf Clock_19th Century. Walnut and figured maple veneers. Signed “Clarke, Gilbert & Co” on interior label. Measures 25 3/4″ x 15 1/2″ x 4 1/2″. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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