Foster Campos of Pembroke, Mass is a very well known and respected maker of fine quality reproductions of early American shelf, banjo and grandmother clocks. Foster Campos created some of the finest replicas of classic early American timepieces that are made today. Since Foster has retired, interest in his clocks has continued to grow. His clocks are becoming difficult to find. This is a ca. 2003 Foster Campos Lyre Clock. The superbly hand carved, 40" tall, mahogany case is a very fine reproduction of a ca. 1830 Lemuel Curtis Lyre Clock. The 7 1/4" dial is signed Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass. and has the trademark pine tree outside the minute ring. The 8 day weight driven movement and weight are also marked Foster Campos as is the backboard of the case. The case is numbered #1 -03. The beautiful reverse painted glass is signed by the artist - Tom Moberg. The clock is in perfect condition. Please view the photos carefully to appreciate the fine workmanship on this timepiece.