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Federal tall case clock with a Lambert Lewis dial (Warren, Trumbull County, working ca. 1812-1834) and brass works. Clock in older surface with a case comprised of cherry, curly cherry, and pine secondary woods. Bonnet with swan's neck pediment, brass finials, and turned columns of figured cherry. Painted dial with letters, "L.W. Lewis" with dial arch having a painted basket of gilt highlights and gilt foliate spandrels. Second hand with circular brass plate having demarcations. Ogee waist moldings with scrolling wave design above the waist door. Waist door with figured cherry or maple line inlay and two inlaid ovals of figured cherry. Base having two large inlaid ovals of figured cherry with additional inset figured oval inlays. Shaped skirt with French feet. 94 1/2" H x 18 1/4" W x 12" D. History: Lambert Lewis came with his brothers (including W.V. Wheeler Lewis) to Trumbull County, Ohio, from Connecticut. They owned multiple factories in Ohio and produced 30-hour wooden tall clocks movements and pillar and scroll movements. Provenance – Lexington, Kentucky area collection. Condition: Overall very good condition, minor abrasions to case, finials replaced, does not retain orignal weights or pendulum. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, minor abrasions to case, finials replaced, does not retain orignal weights or pendulum.