Abraham Edwards Pine Tall Clock, Ashby, Massachusetts, pierced fret-top hood with freestanding turned columns flanking the floral- and fruit-painted roman numeral wooden dial, signed "A Edwards/Ashby," with pewter hands, full-length thumb-molded waist door resting on cutout bracket feet, thirty-day pull-up wooden works movement, ht. 88 in.
Note: Sold to benefit the Willard House and Clock Museum.
refinished, repair to the pediment, splits to the hood door, large splits to the base, a gouge to the right side base at the apron, dial completely repainted with a large central split, and the hands have been replaced. Not currently in working order.
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