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Jerome & Darrow shelf clock

Although typical of this maker who was active only between 1824 and 1826, the look of reeded pilasters with neatly carved capitals, a scrolled top with hollow brass finials (likely original)is certainly an affectation from the earlier Eli Terry “Pillar and Scroll” designed clock. This clock, with a later reverse painting of Independence Hall, is […]

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"Jerome & Darrow" Half Column Shelf Clock with ap

“Jerome & Darrow” Half Column Shelf Clock with applied eagle decoration. 30 hour wood movement. Refinished. 33″h x 17 3/4″w x 5 1/4″d Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Jerome & Darrow Shelf Clock

Jerome & Darrow Shelf clock mahogany with black gilt stenciled columns & crest, painted wood dial time & strike movement, door panel retaining the label of Jerome’s & Darrow, Bristol, CT, c. 1830. 17″ x 33″ x 5″. Condition: Mahogany surfaces refinished; face intact with minor paint loss; eglomise panel with some losses; pendulum probably […]

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Jerome and Darrow Shelf Clock, Pillar & Splat,

Jerome and Darrow Shelf Clock, Pillar & Splat,1820s, CT, case of white pine w/mahogany veneer, original wood face w/raised painted decoration, interior w/original paper label, 30 hour weight driver; original painted door panel replaced w/mirror; 34.5″h x 16.5″w x 5″dEst. 300-500 Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Jerome and Darrow shelf clock

A Connecticut shelf clock with a stencil decorated case, looking glass and a label identifying the maker as Jerome and Darrow 1824-1826. Condition report There is no guarantee of either the mechanical performance of clocks nor the completeness and originality of their parts and components. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Jerome & Darrow Transition Shelf Clock

An Original Label On The Backboard From Jerome & Darrow Of Bristol, Conn., Dates From 1824-1833, Stenciled Half Column Sides & Splat, Mirror At Least Old If Not Original But Appears To Be Original, Veneer Damage To Base & Corner Of Door Could Use Repair, Left Corner Where Top Joins Splat Has Missing Piece, 33 […]

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