SOLD! for $2,124.00.
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- Low Estimate: $400.00
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- Realized: $2,124.00
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Pillar and scroll clock with Eli Terry wooden 30-day works and Federal motif decoration and brass finials. Mahogany case with broken arch pediment, over a painted and gilded dial having vignettes of a basket of flowers and George Washington's home, Monticello, and American shield motifs in the corners; above an eglomise tablet with reverse-painted image of Monticello; base with tall bracket feet. Interior label reads "Eli Terry's Patent Clocks made and sold by Mark Leavenworth, Waterbury, Connecticut." Old numeric script on the back. 28-3/4"h x 17w x 4-1/2"d. Circa 1830. CONDITION: Lower eglomise tablet is a replacement. Repair to pediment. Chip to lower right front case corner. Loose back board. Works not tested or guaranteed.