ID: 2021 | This clock is sold
Foster Campos Miniature Pillar & Scroll Clock. The brass rope front, mahogany case is 12 1/2" tall. The reverse painted glass shows a cornupcopia or horn of plenty. The case has gilt splat and brass finials. Waltham 8 day movement. A beautiful little clock.
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Elmer Stennes Reproduction Samuel Mulliken Kidney Dial Massachusetts Shelf Clock. This clock is a ca. 1940 collaboration between Elmer Stennes who made the case, James Conlon, Sr, who made the movement and Edwin Burt, Sr. who made the dial. The clock is one of three reproductions of a ca. 1790 original timepiece made by Samuel Mulliken of Newburyport, MA. The case on case design creates the appearance that the feet of the upper case sit on the lower case which has scalloped molding at the top and fine cast bronze scrolled feet at the front of the bottom. The case is superbly executed in solid plum pudding figured mahogany. The kidney shaped dial is very finely painted and has exquisite beetle and poker hands. The beautifully made 8 day time only movement is in fine condition. A superb very early Stennes reproduction of an exceedingly rare clock.
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Item ID: 1874 - Chelsea 6 1/2" Special Grand Dial Tambour No. 3 - Ships Bell. Serial number 163636 on the movement and the wood insert in the bottom of the case dates the clock to 1924. The case has been polished and lacquered. The dial has been restored. The movement has been overhauled. 21” wide, 10 1/4” tall and 5 1/2” deep. Superb in every way.
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Chelsea Clock Company 10" Special Gold Dial Base & Ball with superb original Verde finish. The clock strikes ships bells. Early large dial Chelsea clocks with excellent original finish are exceedingly difflcult to find. This example has a Verde finish in truly mint condition and also has an unusual gold dial with raised numerals and pierced hands. Serial number 20246 on the movement and case bottom dates the clock to 1905. An absolutely gorgeous all original early large dial Chelsea shelf clock. It doesn't get any better than this.
ID: 2249 | This clock is sold
Chelsea 5 1/2" Special Dial Tambour No. 5. Ships Bell. Matching serial number 146146 dates the clock to 1920. The dial is marked Ball Watch Co. The case has been polished and lacquered. The dial has been resilvered. The case is 17" wide, 9 1/2" tall and 5 1/2" deep. The clock is in good running order.
ID: 2271 | This clock is sold
Chelsea 6 1/2" Special Dial Bronze Pedestal Clock - Ships Bell. Serial number 96945 on the movement and the wood base insert dates the clock to 1913. The dial is marked Spaulding & Co. The case is 13 3/4" tall, 13 3/4" wide and 5 5/8" deep. The Chelsea mahogany pedestal clock is only shown in the Chelsea 1911 catalog but several bronze cased examples have been seen. These bronze examples were evidently made on special order. An exceedingly rare clock in beautifully restored condition.
ID: 1764 | This clock is sold
Chelsea 10" Special Grand Dial Mahogany Empire Clock. An exceedingly rare large dial Chelsea clock. Serial number 35022 dates the clock to 1909. House strike. The clock is completely original in every detail.
ID: 2154 | This clock is sold
English Triple Fusee Bracket Clock. Ca. 1875. The mahogany gable pediment case has gilt bronze vase finials, basket of flowers and foliage scroll in the tympanum, full columns with Corinthian capitols, gilt bronze side tone openings with mask centered sunbursts, gilt bronze key escutcheon, and applied decorations. The base of the clock is decorated with fine gilt leaf molding on the front and sides and sits on lobed bun feet. The clock plays Whittington chimes on 8 bells, Westminster chimes on 4 bells and strikes the hour on a large coiled gong. The case has the original finish which has been polished and waxed. The dial has silvered chapter ring with fleur-de-lys half hour markers, cast gilt bronze spandrels and lunette decorations and sub dials for Chime/ Silent, ®regulation and chime selection. All of the gilt bronze decorations have their original gilding that has been expertly cleaned. The movement has been completely overhauled and plays beautifully. The clock also keeps excellent time. The clock is 23” tall, 14 1/2” wide and 7 3/4” deep. Superb in every way.
ID: 2050 | This clock is sold
This is a ca. 1981 Foster Campos David Wood Shelf Clock. The 35” tall, solid mahogany case is a fine replica of the ca. 1810 original. The case is adorned with delicate satinwood inlays, a marquetry eagle and shield in the center of the crotched mahogany veneered lower door. The case also has reeded quarter columns with brass capitols, carved fretwork top and 3 brass finials. The case is marked 13 - 81. The quality, 8 day, weight driven movement has passing strike on the hour. The clock is a perfect, completely original, example of Foster’s work and is in as new condition. The clock is also in fine running condition.
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Chelsea Tambour No. 4 - Ships Bell. The 5 1/2" Special Dial is engraved Beckers, Washington and Chelsea Ships Bell. Serial number 139590 on the movement and wood case bottom dates the clock to 1920. The clock is in the finest restored condition in every way.
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German Triple Fusee Bracket Clock with beautifully carved oak case. This clock has a fine quality triple fusee movement chiming on 8 gongs and striking the hour on the 9th gong. The sound of the chiming of this clock is sublimely ethereal as it hangs in the air and slowly decays. Simply superb!