Joseph Nye Dunning Striking Girandole Wall Clock
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2804M
- Date / Time :
- April 25, 2015 10:00AM
Joseph Nye Dunning Striking Girandole Wall Clock, Burlington, Vermont, c. 1825, the mahogany case with veneered front, wooden bezel over the 7 3/4-in. painted Roman numeral dial, concentric circle hands, carved side ornaments flanking the waist and carved pedestal below, eight-day time and hour striking movement with two lead weights and pendulum, ht. 45 in.
Provenance: Biders Auction; Terry and Karen Brotherton.
Literature: Illustrated and discussed in Horological Rarities of Space City '99, p. 16.
All mahogay veneered panels are original, original weights, pendulum, hands and all carving, movement with no significant replacements or repairs, dial probably gently cleaned and relined many years ago.
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