SOLD! for $900.00.
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American Federal tall case clock, pine with original faux grain paint simulating flamed mahogany; the dovetailed hood with broken arch pediment having scrolled returns and three brass urn finials, over a tombstone shaped arched wooden dial with painted face having Arabic numerals and secondary round dial, steel hands, fruit and floral-painted spandrels and basket of flowers decoration in the arch; flanked by two slender ring turned and tapered columns. Wooden works and original iron weights. Rectangular case with narrow, feather-decorated waist door, set on a plinth base with scalloped skirt and bracket feet. Paint decoration imitates flame mahogany center inlay framed by straight grain mahogany inlay. 81 1/4" to top center arch, 83 5/8" top center finial. 17 7/8" W x 10 1/2" D bonnet. 15 1/4" x 9 3/8" base. Mid Atlantic, early 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Hank and Mary Brockman, Franklin, TN. CONDITION: Retains two weights and pendulum wire. Old repaired cracks to pediment returns, upper left hood and upper left section of hood door. Denting and bending to finials. Scattered shrinkage cracks, wear and surface abrasions. Repaired split at back right lower cabinet and top base. Works not tested or guaranteed.