Eli Terry and Sons Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1825, the scroll-top case with full length glazed door, the top over the painted wooden Roman numeral dial with gilt corners and floral decoration in the center, the lower reverse-painted glass depicting a formal garden space, all on French feet with scalloped apron, printed maker's label stating in part, Patent Clocks Invented by Eli Terry, Plymouth/Made and Sold by Eli Terry and Sons, thirty-hour wooden movement with two iron weights and pendulum, ht. 30 in.
Dial undisturbed, lower original glass with inpainting, scroll top undisturbed, feet essentially original with possible object right side foot facade restoration. Veneer in good condition.
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