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Eli Terry Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock

Eli Terry Pillar and Scroll Shelf ClockPlymouth, Connecticut, mid-19th century, time and strike, mahogany veneer case retaining interior paper label, turned brass finials, painted wooden dial with floral spandrels, eglomise tablet possibly depicting “Montpelier,” the Virginia home of James Madison.30.5 x 17.25 x 4.25 in. Private Collection Virginia Condition report Split to right rear support; […]

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Pillar Clock w/Dore Metal Decoration

Pillar Clock w/Dore Metal Decoration: time with half hour bell striking movement, unmarked. The nice pendulum is connected to a piece of braided wire instead of a normal suspension. The case has a polished mahogany body. With a 4 3/4″ brass dial with dore bezel. (The case has 2 wood chips on the upper right […]

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Rare Pillar-and-Scroll Shelf Clock

With Outside Escapement, Plymouth, Connecticut, 19th century, figured mahogany case, original scrolled pediment with flame birch inlay, glazed door with eglomis

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MAHOGANY PILLAR & SCROLL SHELF CLOCK By Eli Terry

MAHOGANY PILLAR & SCROLL SHELF CLOCK By Eli Terry, Plymouth, Conneticut, ca. 1875 Of typical form with Arabic numeral chapter ring, face painted with two baskets of flowers on an off-white field with gilt, spandrel corners,

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Seth Thomas Pillar & Scroll Shelf Clock

American Seth Thomas, Plymouth, Conn. Pillar & Scroll Shelf Clock, Circa 1825, 12″ excellent hand painted dial, 30-hour, wood works movement, retains most original glue blocks on case, label reads “Patent clocks made & sold by Seth Thomas warranted if well used

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Rare diminutive pillar and scroll shelf clock b

Rare diminutive pillar and scroll shelf clock bearing the label of ”Mark Leavenworth, Waterbury Connecticut”, retaining its original eglomise panel and brass finial, 22 1/2” h. Condition report Both scrolls have been re-attached at 1″ from top. Finial replaced. Hands replaced. Wooden works. Approx. 30% loss to reverse painted panel. Feet restored. Images Click on […]

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