Lucius Bradley Eight-day Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Watertown, Connecticut, 1825, the scroll top mahogany case with turned, freestanding columns flanking the door, the lower tablet a reverse painting on glass of a garden scene, printed label inside case, the painted Roman numeral dial marked Lucius B. Bradley, Watertown, Ct., brass, eight-day, time and strike movement powered by two compounded cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum ht. 32 3/4 in.
Lower tablet cracked and backed by a pine board, slight paint flaking on dial, feet and scrolls appear to be the original, label in good condition, turned wood finials accompany the clock but do not fit existing holes.
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