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10/30/2020 11:47 AM
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19TH CENTURY BLACK WALNUT WIND-UP GOTHIC CLOCK

Age. 19th century
Composition.
Size. 23” high, 14” wide, 4 ½” deep
Rating 8
Comments. Made of black walnut this circa 1800s, Victorian era clock features turned finials, round appliqués, grooved designs and fancy routed edges. It has a brass dial cover, fancy hands, a paper dial and the pendulum is quite ornate. It reports the hours but the hands need to be synchronized with the bell. The woods original finish has wear, shade variations and a few small scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some wood wear, small, shallow wood dents, soiling and it appears to be missing the bottom finials which were located on each side of the arched top piece. It was tested but will not run continuously so some adjustments/cleaning is needed and this clock is being sold as is. Need some work but when done that have a classy time piece to adorn your Victorian decor.

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