J.N. Dunning Mahogany Gallery Clock
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2760M
- Date / Time :
- November 01, 2014 10:00AM
J.N. Dunning Mahogany Gallery Clock, Burlington, Vermont, c. 1835, flat veneered bezel with beaded edge, glazed door hinged at 12 over the 13-in. (time track) unsigned iron dial with Roman numerals, concave ogee-shaped midsection, lower hinged door and pedestal, eight-day timepiece movement with blued-steel diamond-shaped hands, lead weight and 20-in. brass-faced pendulum, iron rod and a period key with ivory handle, ht. 34 in.
Note: Please see Paul J. Foley's Willard's Patent Timepieces, p. 108, for a closely related example.
Replacement wood and glazed dial door, period hands, pendulum and key, weight is a modern "banjo" clock lead weight, the possibly original hanger and pulley from the original weight is now attached inside the case backboard as a weight stop, no evidence of a bottom finial.
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