American Shelf Clocks

Note: most wood-cased American shelf clocks are in the lower section of this page.

TBA-0415
$2,750
Ansonia Huntress Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901

Ansonia “Huntress” Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ansonia “Huntress” Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ansonia “Huntress” Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Ansonnia "Huntress" Original Catalogue Drawings ~ Antique Clocks Guy

 

Ansonia "swingers" have long been popular with collectors and those seeking a wonderful decorator piece. Here is a great example of the species for your consideration.

Physical: The entire clock with the swinging arm mounted measures approximately 24.5" high; both of the Huntress models in the catalogue drawing to the left were the same height.

The finish on the statue is original and in excellent, age-appropriate condition – way better than 99% of the Huntresses we generally have offered to us (most of which we decline for listing). The all-original upper and lower balls on the swing arm are original and in excellent, age-appropriate condition with original patina.

All digits are present and accounted for on the statue. The "badge" at the pivot-point is often missing on these clocks, but present here.

Ansonia “Huntress” Swinging Arm Clock, c.1901 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Mechanical: The original time-only Ansonia Huntress movement is very clean, just lubricated and in excellent running order.

Comments: If you've been on the hunt, perhaps you should bag this Huntress before she runs off with another!

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Description

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Front View w/Swing Arm
Statue Front
Statue Left
Statue Back
Statue - Face
Statue Lower Front
Torso - Lower
Torso - Upper
Birds
Base
Base Bottom
Upper Ball - Front
Upper Ball - Back
Lower Ball
Lower Ball - Top
Badge
Movement
Movement - Close

Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.699-701

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UTJ-0408
$3,450

Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter”
Crystal Regulator, c.1914

Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter” Crystal Regulator, c.1914 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter” Crystal Regulator, c.1914 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Original Catalogue Drawing for Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter” Crystal Regulator, c.1914 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(original catalogue)

 

The Ansonia Clock Company made two large crystal regulator models with cut-glass columns, both of which are highly sought after by collectors. The are the Utopia and the Jupiter models. Both are scarce finds. This is the first Jupiter we've had in the seventeen years since we started our online business.

Physical: The beautiful, all-original case, which measures 8.75"w x 17"h x 6"d features
cut glass columns. It is a very ornate case with 4"signed porcelain dial in excellent physical condition; and featuring an open escapement. The case was recently completely disassembled and each metal piece separately polished and re-lacquered prior to reassembly there is a small dot on the top right side that did not polish out, but we find it only to be an appropriate "age spot"... like ours!

The front and side glasses are all beveled and the doors are convex as well. There are no chips in either the glass sides/front or the cut-glass columns. All are in excellent original condition.

 Authentic Ansonia “Jupiter” Crystal Regulator, c.1914 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Mechanical: The eight-day, time-and-gong-strike movement has recently been professionally overhauled and is in excellent running condition, ready for years of great service for you.

Comments: This is a seldom-found clock that will make a real statement wherever it is placed. We expect it will not linger here long. So, if it's of serious interest to you, please give us a call to start the purchase process. We can make arrangements for you very quickly. Also, weddings and graduations are coming soon and this would be a never-forgotten gift for your special graduate or newlyweds!

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Description

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Front View
Front Right
Top - 1
Top - 2
Top - 3
Left Side
Upper
Left - 1
Upper Left - 2

Right Side
Base
Back
Dial
Pendulum
Movement

Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.119

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STF-590
$3,125
Ansonia “ Cabinet Antique ” in Oak, c.1894

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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View the original catalogue drawing of an Ansonia "Cabinet Antique" ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(original catalogue drawing)
also: 1901 version

 

This is a great example of the rich decorative trim that Ansonia loved to put on their "antique" models of the late Victorian era.

Physical: The oak case, the wood of which has been professionally cleaned and waxed measures 9.5" w x 20"h x 8.25"d (with ornamentation), and is in excellent original finish condition. The brass trimmings (over 50 pieces) have all been removed, meticulously polished and re-lacquered – a HUGE task.

The 4.75" diameter dial retains the original patina and cartouche porcelain numerals and is in excellent physical condition as is the rest of the clock. There is a wood split in the front above the dial (typical on each of these we've seen over the years). But, in our opinion, it does not distract from the clock.

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Mechanical: The eight-day, half-hour-striking movement has just been professionally overhauled and is ready for years of great service. The heavy gong on this clock has a very mellow, pleasing tone.

FOR SALE: Ansonia “Cabinet Antique” in Oal, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Comments: The photos really tell the whole story. Take a look, then give us a call. This is a relatively rare clock – we've only had a few of them to offer over the past 17+ years, and they don't get any better than this example!

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Description

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Front View - 1
Front View -
2
Front Left
Front Right - 1
Front Right - 2
Front Upper
Front Lower
Crown
Side - 1
Side - 2
Ba
ck - 1
Back - 2

Dial - 1
Dial - 2
Movement/Pendulum
Movement - Front
Movement - Back
Movement - Signature


Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.241-242

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TEJ-1221
$3,650
Ansonia Figural “The Muses”, c.1894

Ansonia Figural “The Muses”, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ansonia Figural “The Muses”, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ansonia Figural “The Muses”, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Ansonia Figural “The Muses”, c.1894 - Original Catalogue Drawing ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(original catalogue drawing)

 

We have so many figural clocks offered to us that are either "past their prime" or in need of significant restoration that it's refreshing to have a beautiful Ansonia like this one offered for your serious consideration.

Physical: The spelter case with original exceptional Japanesed bronze finish (slight touchups) is in excellent physical condition as you can see.

Often, items like this are missing fingers (ouch!), but all digits are present and accounted for.
The 5" diameter porcelain dial with exposed escapement is also in excellent physical condition.

Mechanical: The eight-day time-and-gong-strike movement has been professionally overhauled and is in excellent mechanical condition. This one is very unusual in that it has a fancy pattern in the back plate as you can see below. We've never seen one like this before; very cool!

Ansonia Figural “The Muses”, c.1894 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Comments: This is an outstanding clock in every way that's just waiting for a special place in your home or office. It will attract attention wherever it is placed and be a joy for years and generations to come.

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Description

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Front View
Front Left
Center
Left Front
Right Rear
Right Front
Left Rear

Left Side
Right Side
Back
Dial
Dial
Close
Movement

Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.152 & 658 (figures)

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ETJ-0608
$1,750

Ansonia Delft Porcelain “La Rive” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Ansonia Royal Bonn "LaCapelle" Delft ~ Antique Clocks Guy

 

Here is one of the sought-after Ansonia clocks in a porcelain case with "Delft" decoration. The history of each of these firms is linked in the previous sentence and makes for interesting reading material. It is interesting to note that numerous pattern configurations were made for numerous Ansonia models as you can see here with the floral catalogue design; but even that design was likely made in multiple colors and configurations and with different dial options.

Physical: The beautiful Delft porcelain case is in excellent original condition. It measures 9.5"w x 17.75"h x 5"d. The 5" diameter porcelain dial is in excellent condition and has floral designs between the numerals. It is signed Ansonia Clock Co. NY, USA. The hands are correct and original. There is a slow/fast adjustment just above the numeral 12.

Mechanical: The eight-day time and bell-strike movement with exposed escapement and jeweled pallets has been recently professionally serviced and is in excellent running order.

Comments: We strive to find great items at fair prices for our clients. This model was recently seen in a very high-end antique center priced at $3,250. Ours is a little more reasonable... and waiting for your call.

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Description

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Front View
Left Side
Right Side
Back
Dial
Movement

Reference Books
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.628

Clock books are available from Arlington Books.

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RBN-03
$1,350
Ansonia Royal Bonn “La Layon”

Ansonia Royal Bonn “La Cerda” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ansonia Royal Bonn “La Cerda” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Here is another beautiful Ansonia clock created by the famous and sought-after Royal Bonn porcelain works in Germany, c.1904. This particular design was made in numerous colors and was also available with a Dutsch scene on the front.

Physical: The porcelain case, which measures 15"w x 14.5"h x 5"d is in excellent physical condition without breaks or repairs. The 5" porcelain dial is also in excellent original condition. The case bears the Royal Bonn signature on the back.

Mechanical: The eight-day, time-and-strike (gong) movement was professionally serviced in late 2012 and is in excellent running order.

Comments: Many of the green-colored cases from Royal Bonn tend to be a yellowish-green-lime color; this one's a much deeper and prettier shade of green. Its condition speaks for itself. Now you need to speak up and tell us you have just the place to put it!

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Description

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Front View
Front Left
Front Right
Left
Right

Dial
Back
RB Signature

Movement

Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.636-637

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DER-100
$2,375

Ansonia Royal Bonn “LaCapelle” ~ Delft ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Ansonia Royal Bonn "LaCapelle" Delft ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(original catalogue drawing)

 

Here is one of the sought-after Ansonia clocks in a porcelain case signed both "Royal Bonn" and "Delft". The history of each of these firms is linked in the previous sentence and makes for interesting reading material. It is interesting to note that Royal Bonn made numerous pattern configurations for most Ansonia models as you can see here with the floral catalogue design; but even that design was likely made in multiple colors/configurations and with different dials as you can see here.

Physical: The porcelain case is in exquisite original condition. It measures 7.5"w x 15"h x 5"d. The tiny 3.5" diameter porcelain dial is in excellent condition and has floral designs between the numerals. The hands are correct and original. There is a slow/fast adjustment arbor above the numeral 12.

Mechanical: The movement has been recently professionally serviced and is in excellent running order.

Comments: We strive to find great items at fair prices for our clients. This model was recently seen in a very high-end antique center priced at $3,250. Ours is a little more reasonable... and waiting for your call.

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Description

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Front View
Left Side
Right Side
Upper View
Windmill
Back

Dial - 1
Dial - 2
Signatures
Movement

Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.617

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HWD-720
$1,095
Ansonia Royal Bonn Porcelain “ La Normandie”
Ansonia Royal Bonn Porcelain “ La Normandie” - Antique Clocks Guy

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We're fortunate to presently have a whole collection of Ansonia porcelain models to offer you, including this multi-color Royal Bonn and the other labeled Delft. Here is the Royal Bonn done in what the factory called "New Art Tints" that originally sold for $15.75 in 1904:

Physical: The porcelain case is in excellent original condition and measures 13"w x 13.5"h x 5"d. It has a 5" diameter dial with exposed jeweled escapement and a "rococo-style" sash with original beveled glass.

Mechanical: The eight-day time-and-strike movement strikes a mellow gong on the half hour and the hour. The movement was professionally overhauled in 2010 and is in excellent running order.

Comments: Give us a call to start the process for this one... or perhaps the entire collection!

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Description

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Front View
Right Side
Left Side
Back
RB Signature

Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.611

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LPU-236
$1,575

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Fancy Ansonia Royal Bonn “ La Vendee ”, c.1904
Open Escapement Model

Here is another unusual Ansonia Clock Company high-end Royal Bonn we've not seen before. The original catalogue price was $17; it's a bit more expensive today. In its 1896 catalogue, Ansonia describes the series of "porcelain decorated clocks", the cases of which they imported, as follows:

"Imported, Hand Painted and Gold Decorated Cases, Fitted with the Ansonia Clock Company's Eight Day, Half-Hour Strike, Cathedral Gong on Sounding Board, Round Polished Brass EScapement Movement, Ruby Pallets, Rack Strike, with Patent Regulators and Striking Parts, and Either Porcelain or Gild Dials."

Physical: The high-quality German "Royal Bonn" porcelain case is in excellent condition and measures 13"w x 14.5"h x 5"d. The 5" dial is also in excellent original condition. This clock has Ansonia's fancy sash (bezel around dial) and beveled glass. The porcelain has typical "alligatoring".

Mechanical: The eight-day, cathedral gong-strike movement is in excellent running order and features an "open escapement" visible on the dial. It strikes on the half-hour and on the hour. The movement was professionaly and thoroughly overhauled in April 2003 and had 14 new bushings installed.The clock will be professionally lubricated once again, prior to shipment.

Comments: We don't list a lot of porcelain clocks because many of them offered to us are either pedestrian in design, overtly common, or are in chipped-up condition. This is another wonderful exception.

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Description
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Front View
Movement/Signature
Second Signature

Reference
Ly, T.D., Ansonia Clocks and Watches, 1998, p.638

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JUL-117
$2,095
Seth Thomas “Lincoln” in Walnut

Seth Thomas Lincoln  - Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas "Lincoln" - Original Catalogue Drawing ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(Original Catalogue Drawing)

 

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The most famous Seth Thomas pair of shelf clocks is the Lincoln/Garfield pair. This one has beautiful color and grain and is the only clock of its kind we've ever seen with the original shipping block for the pendulum and weights. This block was bolted over the pendulum, as was common in all Seth Thomas weight-driven clocks. However, this block also has a pair of hooks to hold the weight cords during the shipping process. Very special.

Seth Thomas Lincoln Shipping Block - Antique Clocks Guy

Physical: The case, which measures 17"w x 28"h x 5.75"d retains the original finish, and is in excellent physical condition. The dial is in excellent condition and retains original paint. This clock also has a beautiful brass damascened pendulum and a nice label in the inside bottom of the case.

Mechanical: The eight-day, weight-driven movement is in excellent running order. It was professionally overhauled in 2013.

Comments: Often, the weights on these shelf models have been replaced by new weights available at the major clock parts house. This clock has original weights. And the shipping block alone would make this a highly sought-after clock for any serious Seth Thomas collector.

Great clock in a wonderful all-original case. Just right for you? Call us...

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Description

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Front View
Front Left Side
Upper Right
Lower Right
Base
Dial
Label
Movement/Wt/Pendulum
Movement
Shipping Block

Reference
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 2, 2004, p.729

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WFL-126
$995
Seth Thomas City Series “Beloit” ~ c.1886

Seth Thomas City Series “Beloit” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas City Series “Beloit” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Seth Thomas made a group of clocks purportedly named after American cities. We have an article in our Reference Library that discusses this group of clocks. The "Beloit" model, configured with an alarm like this particular clock, originally sold in 1896 for $11.14. Today, it's a little more expensive!

(original catalogue drawing)

 

Physical: The walnut case, with original finish and stenciled glass, measures 14.5"w x 22.75"h and is in excellent physical condition as you can see in the numerous photos below. The 6" diameter dial with original paint has the numerals "strengthened" as they were faded. There is an original factory production date stencil on the back indicating this clock was made in March 1886.

Mechanical: The eight-day cathedral gong-strike movement was recently professionally overhauled and is in excellent running condition. It also features an alarm that is set by the small subsidiary dial in the middle of the main dial. Both the movement and alarm function properly (but we'd prefer awaking to the quiet sounds of our iPhone playing music of our choice)!

Comments: Great clock made available to us by a major collector, and at a wonderful price. Give us a call to make it your own.

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Description

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Front View
Front Left
Front Right
Right Side
Lower Section
Case Detail

Crown
Dial
Movement
Glass Stencil
Date Stencil

Reference
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 200, p.187

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ASP-670
$2,250
Quarter-Striking Seth Thomas “Hecla” c.1884

Quarter-Striking Seth Thomas “Hecla” c.1884 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Quarter-Striking Seth Thomas “Hecla” c.1884 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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(original catalogue drawing)

 

Seth Thomas Clock Co. made three very sought after models with a special quarter-hour strike on a pair of nested bells. Those models are the "Atlas", a clock similar in style to this clock, this model, and the popular wall-hanging model, the "Marcy". When we've had any of these models (this being the most difficult to locate), they have not lasted long on our site. So here's your opportunity!

Physical: The oak case, which has been professionally overcoated, measures 12"w x 22.5"h x 5"d. The dial was restored by Lesley Neff, our favorite professional dial-painter. Both the case and dial are in excellent condition. The damascened pendulum bob is in excellent original condition, and there is a label remnant in the inside bottom of the case, the back of which is stenciled with the date in reverse, plus the month of manufacture (Oct 1884).

Quarter-Striking Seth Thomas “Hecla” c.1884 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Mechanical: The eight-day, quarter-striking movement has been professionally overhauled and is in excellent running order. It strikes the quarter hours on a pair of cup bells, and the hour on a heavy coiled "cathedral gong".

Comments: Great clock. Extremely difficult to find...

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Description

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Front Left
Front Right
Crown
Base
Ri
ght Side
Dial
Pendulum/Gong/Bells
Movement
Date
Stencil

Reference
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 2, 2004, p.727-728

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DER-108
$550
Seth Thomas “Tradition 2W” Pillar & Scroll, c.1950

Seth Thomas “Tradition 2W” Pillar & Scroll, c.1950 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Here is a cute little clock that was in the 1950 catalogue. It is reminiscent of the early American pillar and scroll clocks of Eli Terry and many others. Nice thing about this clock is that it doesn't take up too much space, so will fit nicely almost anywhere.

Physical: The petite mahogany case, which measures 20"h x 10.5"w x 5.125"d, is in excellent original condition with original finish and paint on the case and dial. Solid brass finials and the pendulum are original, too.

Mechanical: The eight-day time-and-rod-strike movement has been professionally serviced and is in excellent running condition.

Comments: Nice clock for not a lot of money...

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Description

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Front View
Front Right
Back
Pendulum & Rod
Tablet Back

Reference
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 2, 2004, p.665-666

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BRO-03
$1,450
Wood Works Pillar & Scroll Signed “Eli Terry”

Wood Works Pillar & Scroll Signed “Eli Terry” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Wood Works Pillar & Scroll Signed “Eli Terry” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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We generally don't accept listings of wood-works clocks as really understanding their mechanical condition can be challenging to say the least. This one, by Eli Terry, is an exception as it was just overhauled by one of the top technicians on the West Coast, a man for whom we have immense respect. So, we are proud to offer it for your consideration.

Physical: The long-ago refinished walnut case, which measures 17.25"w x 31"h x 4.25"d, is in excellent overall condition. There is a small chip on the upper left scroll, and a couple of marks on the 11" diameter original wood dial. The glass tablet has likely been touched up over the years - there is a photo from the reverse side. Most of the original label is present on the inside backboard.

Mechanical: As noted above, the 30-hour wood-works movement was recently professionally overhauled and is in excellent running order.

Comments: If you've hesitated on purchasing a wood-works clock because of mechanical concerns, here is a great exception to consider.

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Description

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Front View
Front Left
Upper
Left
Tablet Back
Dial
Label
Back
Weights


Reference

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RPA-02
$695

Forestville 8-Day Mantle Clock J.C. Brown Forestville Manufacturing Company

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A Beautiful Forestville 8-Day Clock, c.1835

We seldom list these earlier clocks, but have done this one as a favor to a longstanding consignor for whom we have sold numerous clocks over the years.

Here's one you will want to study carefully while simultaneously reaching for your checkbook! This beauty is by Forestville Manufacturing Company of Bristol, CT, home of the famous designer, J.C. Brown (History).

Physical: The clock measures 18.5"w x 34.5"h x 6.5"d. The 9" diameter dial is original and hand-painted on a wood base. There are hairline cracks (age-appropriate, certainly) in the dial.

The sleigh-front, half-column Mahogany case is a beauty. No doubt about it. It was refinished in a professional manner some years ago. The labels, although not in "new" condition, are in good condition and age-appropriate to the clock. It is clear that the reverse-painted lower tablet is not the original design... not sure about the glass itself.

Mechanical: The eight-day time and gong-strike weight-driven movement is in good running order, striking on the hour.

Comments: All in all, this is a lovely clock at a great price. Waiting for a special spot on your mantle or perhaps in the family room. Now is the time...

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Front View
Column Closeup
Dial
Door Open
Label-Lower
Label-Upper
Movement
Tablet/Pendulum

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