Edmund Wooding Column and Splat Shelf Clock, Torrington, Connecticut, c. 1830, stenciled splat and half-columns flanking the full-length door, painted wood Roman numeral dial, lower tablet of three women labeled The Sisters, maker's label inside case marked in part, Patent Improved Clocks, Made by Edward Wooding, Torrington, Conn., wood, thirty-hour, "east-west," time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights, ht. 30 1/2 in.
Provenance: Terry and Karen Brotherton.
Some paint loss on lower glass.
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