Lancaster County Walnut and Walnut Veneered Tall Clock, Pennsylvania, c. 1800, three turned finials above the swan's neck hood, delicately turned freestanding columns flank the 14-in. painted arabic numeral iron dial, with moon's phase in arch, rose- and swag-decorated spandrels on a burgundy and gold field, calendar and seconds bit, lamb's tongue-decorated chamfered columns flank the waist door, simple applied beaded molding separate the base from the French-style feet, eight-day time and hour-striking brass movement, regulated by a brass-faced pendulum and two iron weights, ht. 99 in.
dial with small paint loss, hood with veneer losses, split on base, center finial poorly re-glued
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