Federal Mahogany Pillar and Scroll Mantel Clock, Eli and Samuel Terry, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1825. Mantle clock labeled "Patent Clocks invented by Eli Terry, made and sold at Plymouth, Connecticut, E. Terry and Sons, warranted if well used." Mahogany wood clock case having a scrolled pediment and capped with cast brass urn form finials. Case with glazed paneled door that opens to reveal white painted dial with Arabic numerals and pink painted floral spandrels. Door front with reverse painted glazed panel with weeping willow trees and stone monuments flanking a scalloped oval gilt medallion. Height 31.2", width 17.5", depth 4.5". Accompanied with copy of sales slip from Philip H. Bradley Co. Antiques, Downingtown, Pennslyvania from June 1996.
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