Eli Terry & Sons Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1825, with mahogany scroll-top case with freestanding turned columns flanking the full length glazed door over the painted wood Arabic numeral dial with raised gilt decorations, lower reverse-painted tablet of a village scene with gilt border and pendulum aperture, printed maker's label inside stating in part Patent Clocks, Invented by Eli Terry. Made and Sold at Plymouth, Connecticut, by E. Terry & Sons, thirty-hour time and strike, wooden movement with pendulum bob and two iron weights, ht. 31 in.
Both glasses original. Lower glass has considerable paint loss and inpainting. Object left scroll tip is off but with the clock.
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