Thirty-day Rosewood Veneered Vienna Wall Clock, Alois Schenk, Wien, c. 1860, the case with full-length glazed door flanked by "barber pole" veneered quarter-columns with Corinthian capitals, the upper section over the 6-in. dia. porcelain dial marked Alois Schenk/in Wien and enclosed within a cast foliate bezel, thirty-day, brass, single-weight movement attached with the pendulum on the brass mounting bracket on the backboard, all capped by an cast iron crest, ht. 48 in.
chips around winding hole, wear to original painted numerals, lower carved plinth appears to be later, finish and veneer in good condition, metal pendulum rod with hollow brass bob, reverse knife edge suspension
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