Lucius B. Bradley Carved Pillar and Splat Shelf Clock, Watertown, Connecticut, carved splat above the painted arabic numeral wooden dial with raised gilt spandrels, carved half columns flanking the full-length door with lower reverse-painted tablet depicting a farmstead with center pendulum aperture window, all resting on carved paw feet, interior label reading in part Patent Clocks Invented by Eli Terry, thirty-hour, time, and strike wooden movement, ht. 31 in.
original dial paint, refinished case, label in good condition, dial glass cracked bottom object left side, old tablet with crack down the center,
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