Shitan Wood Shaku Dokei or Pillar Clock, Japan, c. 1850, traditional-style wooden case with glazed hood and key drawer, pierced brass side decoration, time scale with twenty-three movable hour markers, one-day verge movement with turned half-pillars at the front corners, the front plate engraved with a foliate vine, powered by a lead weight and regulated by a short front-mounted pendulum with a butterfly bob, ht. 22 1/2 in.
Clock is a timepiece and does not strike.
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