Richard Ward Salem Bridge Shelf Clock, Salem Bridge, Connecticut, flat-top mahogany case with half-columns flaking the upper door and full turned columns flanking the lower door, painted wood dial with raised gilt decoration, interior label for Richard Ward over-pasted on the original maker's label, brass eight-day time and rack-and-snail-strike movement powered by two compounded cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 30 1/2 in.
Lower tablet has considerable paint loss. Clock has pendulum, key and weights. Some veneer off but with the clock.
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