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Lot 82: E. Terry & Sons Column and Splat Shelf Clock
23 October 2016
Bristol, CT, USALive Auction
Description: E. Terry & Sons Column and Splat shelf clock, Plymouth, CT, c. 1830s. Beautifully stenciled quarter columns and splat, depicting fruit, mahogany case with claw feet, hand painted dial with gold gilt, reverse painted tablet depicts sailing ships and trees by the water's edge with gold gilt stencil border. Very nice label "Patent clocks, Invented by Eli Terry. Made and Sold at Plymouth, Connecticut by E. Terry & Sons". Wooden works, weight driven, key wind and pendulum. Measures approx. 29" tall x 16 1/2" wide x 4" deep.
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