Bishop & Bradley Mahogany Pillar and Scroll Clock, Watertown, Connecticut, c. 1825, scroll-top case with freestanding turned columns flanking the Arabic numeral dial with raised gilt spandrels and center decoration, lower tablet depicting a village scene, interior label reading in part Patent Clocks Invented by Eli Terry, Made by Bishop & Bradley, thirty-hour, time and strike, wooden movement, ht. 30 1/2 in.
old surface, small losses to label, fret original, dial paint untouched, lower and upper glasses original, old replaced feet, bottom skirt original, lacking one weight, pendulum rod off but present.
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