American banjo clock, ca. 1810-30. A gilt facade on a mahogany case holds eglomise’ panels flanked by brass support arms. H. 34″, w. 10″, d. 4″. $980.
The late 18th century “grandfather clock” or tall clock has a brass eight day movement which is original to the clock and running. The elegance of this cherry case makes it the perfect watchmanContinue reading
Federal mahogany banjo clock. They are an elegant form from the earliest 1800’s. Mount Vernon is pictured on the lower tablet in an eglomise’ panel. The brass movement is driven by a 12 pound ironContinue reading
Just set up and running well! Eight day brass movement in this very original New Jersey clock. The bonnet top has carved rosettes with reeded details. Signed by Joseph Speer on the movement. All is in polishedContinue reading
Purchased by us from the estate of a local collector, this country Connecticut tall clock, circa 1785-1810 offers outstanding American type inlays. the case is in good refinished condition retaining its original hood and feet. The works isContinue reading